Thousands of San Diegans joined Barbara Lee Edwards, KFMB Stations, Anderson, Heating, Plumbing and Air in our fight against breast cancer by participating in the 2019 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday, Nov. 3.
The annual race at Balboa Park includes a 5K and one-mile walk. Before the race stepped off there was an expo with vendor books as a survivor hospitality booth open throughout the morning.
The walk began at 8 a.m. with closing ceremonies following.
There were approximately 10,000 participants, volunteers, staff, and survivors on hand at the event. The race had raised $700,000 as of Sunday but fundraising continue until Nov. 11 so there's still time to donate and help Susan G. Komen reach their goal of $925,000.
Here are some of the sights and sounds from this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure:
ABOUT SUSAN G. KOMEN
Early detection and effective treatment provide the best chance of survival from breast cancer.
And that’s what our work at Susan G. Komen San Diego is all about.
We are the only organization that studies San Diego County to identify the gaps in breast cancer care and the barriers to breast health access. Komen San Diego’s work is about removing barriers, improving the law, changing systems, and most importantly, elevating the women and men directly impacted by breast cancer.
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