October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and whether you love to shop, attend events, walk or run, there are tons of different ways to support the cause. Check out the list below of opportunities to go pink in Charlestown and beyond:
We are lucky to live in an area with such reputable hospitals around Boston which specialize in cancer research and treatment. MGH Charlestown is a valuable center for examinations, screenings and information right in town.
There are several events going on in the area to help find a cure.
Today, New Balance laces up for the cure with a fasion show featuring products from our Lace Up For The Cure Collection, modeled by inspiring survivors at 6 p.m..
One of the milestones of this Breast Cancer Awareness Month is the 20th anniversary of the
You can also join Zumba enthusiasts at the Party in Pink™ Zumbathon® in Brookline, MA, and enjoy a workout while making your donation on October 17.
There are even more ways to spread breast cancer awareness this month by supporting national organizations that are fighting for a cure.
Research centers like Susan G. Komen for the Cure are selling pink ribbon merchandise and it’s a twofer — retail therapy and donating to a cause that affects millions.
You can also support breast cancer research by affixing a special stamp to your mail. The U.S. Postal Service has been selling a stamp commemorating breast cancer awareness for the past 15 years. The agency has raised $75 million so far for research programs at the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense.
The American Cancer Society’s annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walkis organized nationwide and so far more than 8 million people have walked for this cause and raised about $460 million.
TELL US: Is there a special event you participate in to support breast cancer research? Share your stories and thoughts with us by adding them to the comments sections of this article. Also, be sure to add photos of you and your friends supporting the cause to the photo gallery above.