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KFMB Stations Call for the Cure - Thank You!

Thank you San Diego: $12,000 and still counting!

Through your generous donations, together we are making a difference in the fight against breast cancer.

Your donations will directly fund treatment, prevention, research and support programs here in San Diego County and help uninsured and under-insured breast cancer patients.

To learn more about the efforts of Susan G. Komen San Diego or to make a donation, please click here:


 

Other ways to help take a stand against breast cancer:

Join the KFMB Stations to celebrate "Bras Across the Bay" October 6, 2012!  A sunset luxury cruise aboard Flagship Cruises' California Spirit!  Help us kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month and spend the evening in style while enjoying hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, a special live performance by Bushwalla and incredible scenic views of the San Diego Bay!  All tickets sales benefit Susan G. Komen San Diego.  Click here to purchase a ticket today!

Join News 8's Barbara Lee Edwards, Shelly Dunn of 100.7 JACK FM's DSC and Dinah Smith of 760 KFMB AM's Mike Slater Show in the fight against breast cancer!  Join TEAM KFMB in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure happening Sunday November 4th in Balboa Park. 

 

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