We're here to answer any questions you might have about Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, but if you have a question that’s not answered below, please let us know. Call us anytime at 1-800-227-2345.
Note: Participants in wheelchairs should contact their local American Cancer Society office prior to the event for additional information.
Event volunteers are needed to help with check-in, water stations, information, and much more. Making Strides events offer something for everyone. Visit the volunteer section to learn more and join the American Cancer Society volunteer family today.
How can you help us fight to end breast cancer? You can:
- Walk in and raise funds for a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. Our website makes it easy to recruit team members and fundraise.
- Sign up as a team leader and gather a group of any size to walk with you and raise funds. Contact your local American Cancer Society office for a team leader kit.
- Double your fundraising dollars through a matching gift. Ask your company's human resources department for more details.
- Sponsor a Making Strides walker with a generous, tax-deductible donation.
- Volunteer your time and talent at the event.
- Volunteer with one of the Society's patient support programs in your community.
- Fight back by becoming an ACS CAN volunteer advocate and let your voice be heard. Learn how you can take action with ACS CAN.
- Help others - and yourself - stay well by learning and following the American Cancer Society's breast cancer early detection guidelines.
- Sign up to receive a reminder email for your recommended breast cancer screening.
- Investing in innovative breast research to better understand, prevent, find, and treat the disease
- Providing free, comprehensive information and support to those touched by breast cancer in every community, when and where they need it.
- Helping people take steps to reduce their risk of breast cancer or find it early when it’s most treatable.
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