Indianapolis Race for the Cure®
Save the date:
Saturday, April 28, 2018
Historic Military Park at White River State Park
You can view photos from the 2016 Race here.
Wabash Valley Race for the Cure®
The 2018 Wabash Valley Race for the Cure is Saturday, October 6. The fundraising deadline is November 6, 2018. See photos from the event.
Meet some everyday heroes in Terre Haute & join them in making an impact.
Pink Tie Ball®
Enjoy an elegant and festive evening, while making a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Festivities include a cocktail reception, silent auction, a formal dinner, recognition of breast cancer survivors, the 2017 Pink Tie Guys and more.
The 2017 Pink Tie Ball was Saturday, September 16 at the JW Marriott. See event photos.
Project Pink Fashion Show
Celebrity models and breast cancer survivors rock the runway at this annual fashion event. Students from the Art Institute of Indianapolis create garments from re-purposed Race for the Cure apparel, for one-of-a-kind designs. Enjoy an evening of cocktails, fun and fashion!
The 2018 Project Pink Fashion Show is Wednesday, August 28 at Regions Tower Rooftop. See event photos from previous year.
Pink Ribbon Celebration
Thanks to advances in research and early detection, there are more than three million breast cancer survivors living in the United States today. Our annual luncheon brings together local survivors and co-survivors to celebrate life and inspire hope for future generations.
Save the date: Sunday, March 4, 2018. Purchase tickets here.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
It’s about more than pink, a ribbon or a race. During October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month offers the opportunity to continue raising awareness and further engaging our community, deepening our impact and motivating people to take action. Many local businesses raise funds for Komen Central Indiana through creative cause marketing activities and 3rd party events in October.
Circle of Hope Celebration
Each year, we bring together everyday heroes from central Indiana – people who have made a difference in the local fight against breast cancer – to celebrate their dedication and commitment.