Website banner and announcement live on all local event web pages
Our commitment to fighting breast cancer is stronger than ever, but how we rally communities and celebrate this fall will look very different. To protect the health and safety of our participants and staff, the American Cancer Society will not hold traditional, large scale Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks in 2020.
On Friday, July 10, an updated website banner and COVID-19 event announcement went live on all local event web pages.
Fortunately, Making Strides has always been more than just a walk – it's a movement. This is an important distinction for all of us to embrace. Although in 2020 we won't convene crowds of walkers, we will mobilize this movement in several new ways that will still engage our communities and raise critical revenue to sustain research and programming.
This year we are making it easier for anyone, anywhere to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer.
Learn more by tuning into the nationwide virtual kickoff at 12 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 11. Register for it now.
How you can get involved
Sign up for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer: Leading up to October, raise funds digitally and easily. Join the movement at MakingStridesWalk.org, and use the new digital fundraising guide to help you raise dollars right from your home.
Sponsor the MSABC movement in your community: Help us ensure we can safely celebrate and honor survivors and thrivers during breast cancer awareness month.
Join Real Men Wear Pink: Engage with your personal and professional networks to sign up, become a sponsor, or recruit for a local RMWP campaign in support of the Making Strides movement this fall.