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No fear, all pink! Tag a fella you’d like to walk with at your next Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event.
“May your troubles be less and your blessings be more. And nothing but happiness come through your door.” –Irish proverb #StPatricksDay
Many studies have found that physical activity is a breast-healthy habit. The difference in risk between the most active and the least active women is typically around 25%. [ Link ]

Physical Activity is a breast-healthy habit
"Waking up at 3 am to volunteer for a cause that has affected my life tremendously!! I do it for my mommy." [ Link ]
March is Women’s History Month – Did you know that Making Strides started in Boston, MA in 1984 & has become a national movement of millions? Our goal remains the same: to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones, support the newly diagnosed, and fund innovative research. Join the movement: [ Link ]
Our new website is here! Check out our simplified registration and upgraded fundraising dashboard now. [ Link ]
This inspiring five-year survivor, who Jessica met at Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Atlanta, Georgia , assured her she's “Living life to the fullest, honey!” Read Jessica's story on her blog: [ Link ]
We provide free information and support when and where you need it. Whether you need a ride to treatment or just someone to talk to, we’ll help you face the challenges of cancer. [ Link ]
#MondayMotivation: What would you tell a survivor thinking about walking this year?
While you’re at an event, you may not be with all 3.5 million breast cancer survivors… but it sure may feel like you are!
Better than chocolates, better than roses,
better than a fancy dinner, better than jewelry,
Today we declare our love for the men/women who support someone with cancer!
It’s clean and fresh. It’s easier to use. And it’s almost here! The new and improved Making Strides website is coming soon. Sign up be the first to know when we’ve reached the finish line: [ Link ]
“[My friend Lisa] has taught me how to be a warmer person, and I know a lot of that she probably brings from her journey through breast cancer... One of the things I’ve learned from going to the walk is just how strong and amazing these women are.” Click here to hear more about Lauren’s first Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. [ Link ]
It’s #WorldCancerDay – the day people around the world come together to fight cancer. Share this post and help us remind women everywhere why it’s important to know all you can about breast cancer risk factors and prevention. Learn more: [ Link ]
You are helping save lives! When you raise funds through Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events, you are supporting groundbreaking research and critical programs. Learn more about what your donations have the power to do: [ Link ]
With love and pride we celebrate Black History Month. With hope we walk for a brighter future. <3
When Michele Hawkins was diagnosed with grade 3 breast cancer, she decided to take the bull by the horns. Now she walks in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events in honor of those who walked before her and those yet to follow. Read her story: [ Link ]