On her birthday this year, Celeste was diagnosed with Stage 3 Triple Negative Metastatic breast cancer. Even while undergoing treatment, Celeste is raising funds for….
Mila Becker and her Team Becker have been long time supporters of the DC MORE THAN PINK Walk and have consistently raised over $10,000 each….
Decision Prioritizes and Protects Participants’ Health and Safety During COVID-19 [WASHINGTON, DC] – [JULY 1, 2020] – Susan G. Komen® Washington, DC today announced the….
We are saddened to hear of the passing of a friend of Komen, Ryan Keith, on May 10, 2020. Ryan was an advocate for funding….
Over 150 metastatic breast cancer patients, advocates, care givers, and partners gathered together on February 22, 2020 at the National Press Club, Washington, DC for….
On February 4, 2020, we joined the rest of the world to celebrate World Cancer Day, an international event to raise awareness of cancer and….
Lisa Han: Manager, Community Health Lisa will be implementing the Community Health work out of the DC office for the National Capital Region. Before joining….
The first Susan G. Komen Washington DC More Than Pink Walk (formerly Race for the Cure) has come and gone, but the beautiful memories born….
African Women’s Cancer Awareness Association (AWCAA) Over the years, Susan G. Komen has awarded grants to nonprofits that provide breast cancer patient navigation services to….
“For the past four years, the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC has been a proud supporter of Susan G. Komen’s More Than Pink Walk. We….