Pippa Mann supports Komen with #GetInvolved campaign
IndyCar driver Pippa Mann is racing in the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 to raise funds and awareness for
Susan G. Komen and breast health services through her #GetInvolved campaign.
The IndieGoGo campaign began on April 25 and will be live through Sunday, May 29 with a goal of raising $100,000. When you donate on the GetInvolved campaign page, you are eligible to receive prizes and perks such as signed posters, signed Pippa gear, invitations to exclusive racing events and more!
When Pippa races in the Indy500 later this month, her car, firesuit and helmet will all bear the Komen logo.
“This cause is something very personal to me, and to Dale Coyne Racing,” Pippa said. “While racing a pink car the past two years certainly attracts attention and awareness for Susan G. Komen, the most important part of our partnership is taking this amazing stage that is the Indianapolis 500, and using it to raise money that can actually go towards care and research.”
Learn more here.