Type: Run or Run/Walk, Virtual Race
Team Hot Spots

We thank the 400 teams—and every member of every team—that came together as one family this Race season!

You came, you collaborated and you gave it! We thank every 2018 Race team for all your efforts to register team members and fundraise. Thanks to you, more women will have what they need to survive breast cancer.

Race day may be over, but the 2018 fundraising goes on until July 31!

Please consider making another donation and continue to encourage others to donate to your team. 
Please note, the deadline for individual and team fundraising prize consideration has passed. If you and/or your team earned a fundraising prize, our office will notify you shortly.

Congratulations to our pre-Race challenge winners.

We thank every team that gave it their all to meet our pre-Race challenge deadlines. All of you added more fuel to our fight through your team member recruitment and fundraising. We extend special congratulations to the following winners:

  • Team Tent Challenge, 100 members or more: Team PCI; team Captain, Dee Washburn.
  • Team Tent Challenge, $10,000 or more: Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church Cancer Ministry; team Captain, Darlene Tansmore. PFT Walks the Walk; team Captain, Joan McGowan. Team Spunky’s Hope; team Captain, Jodi Krawitz.
  • April Team-building Challenge added 10 new members: Cozen O’Connor; Sarah Klem.
  • April Fundraising Challenge added $750 or more: Team Akman; team Captain, Terri Akman. Axler’s Angels; team Captain, Laura Axler. Team Ballard; team Captain, Melissa Ballard. Debbie’s Dream Team; team Captain, Debbie Aron. Giannella; team Captain, Vivian McDevitt. Hearts for Judy; team Captain, Joy Cooper. Team Joffe; team Captain, Leila Joffe. PFT Walks the Walk; team Captain, Joan McGowan. PSU Power! team Captain, Stephanie Lilly. Susan’s Warriors; team Captain, Florence Marcus.

More Winners Will be Announced Soon!

Please check back here after Memorial Day for a list of all the winners in our 2018 Team-Building, Team-Fundraising and Dietz & Watson Grillebration challenges.

No-Fail Fundraising Tip of the Month

Stick it out! Some of the most effective fundraising occurs a few days before the Race, on Race day and even a day or two after the Race. So don’t relax your efforts just because the Race is almost here. In fact, you and your team members should reach out to even more people for donations over the next several days. As Race day draws near, stories about our Race in the news and on social media will inspire our community to get involved—and your team can be right there waiting for them with the perfect opportunity to support the cause! To make it easy for people to support team fundraising, be sure to give them your direct link for donating to you:

  • Go here,and then click on “profile.”
  • Scroll down to the fundraisers section to find the link to your online fundraising page.
  • Share this link so that people can donate directly to your fundraising.


Upcoming Team Events

Team Spunky's Hope Bowling for a Cure

  • Saturday, June 9 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Bowlero, 100 East Street Road, Feasterville, PA 19053
  • Team Captain: Jodi Krawitz

To have your team fundraising event promoted here as well as in our team captain newsletter and social media pages, contact (events must be opened to the public to be listed).

This Month’s Team to Beat: Team Trow

This Race for the Cure season, the Captain of Team Trow, Kathy Trow celebrates 2.5 years since ending her breast cancer treatment. From day one, Kathy has been an inspiration to her team, and to all of us. Channeling her experience with breast cancer, and especially the ways she discovered her inner strengths as she became a relentless fighter on her journey to survival, Kathy leads Team Trow to fight for all men and women impacted by breast cancer. For the first two years, Team Trow reached the very top of our team fundraising ladder, raising tens-of-thousands of dollars, and in the process embracing their community in awareness, education, hope  and celebration of our progress. Moreover, they on course in 2018 to do the same. Team Trow epitomizes team spirit and demonstrates that from children to adults, doctors to businessmen, men to women, the fight to end breast cancer belongs to everyone!