Lace up your shoes, cause it's time to use your feet to defeat Breast Cancer!
The need for breast cancer education and services remains high in our area. Not only is breast cancer the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, Riverside and San Bernardino counties have some of the highest mortality rates for breast cancer in all of Southern California. Experts attribute this high mortality rate to late diagnosis, indicating a lack of knowledge about breast cancer and its signs and symptoms.
Our mission is clear – we need to raise awareness about breast cancer to save the lives of those we love. When breast cancer is detected early, the five-year relative survival rate is 98%. The Pink on Parade Walk, and its associated marketing campaign, will help raise awareness about breast health issues for both men and women in our area. By walking on October 21, building a team, and spreading the word you are directly impacting the health of our community and the hold breast cancer has on it.
Pink on Parade will also raise money for The Pink Ribbon Place, Riverside's first and only breast cancer resource center. The Pink Ribbon Place helps over 1,000 families a year through its no-cost counseling services, support groups, health and wellness programs, and breast prosthesis and wig bank. To find out more about The Pink Ribbon Place, visit thepinkribbonplace.org.
Event details and schedule
Registration Deadlines: Pre-event/Online Registration deadline is October 8. On-site registration is available at various sites (please check www.pinkonparade.org for more information) and on event day at $40 for Survivors, $40 for Adults, and $30 for Seniors/Students.
T-Shirts: Complimentary T-shirts are only available for pre-registrants who register before 12:00am PST on October 8. T-shirts will be available for on-site only at a first come first serve basis.
Course Description: Consists of two walk/run routes 1) 1.8K Family Fun Route (beginner) and 2) 5K Mt. Rubidoux Route (beginner/intermediate).
- Saturday, October 21, 2017
- 7:00am Registration & Check-In Opens
- 7:30am Morning Kick-Off & Expo
What to wear/bring: Please dress in layers in case of inclement weather. Please be sure to wear proper shoes if you will be going up Mt. Rubidoux. Please leave all of your valuables at home, as we (RCHF) cannot be responsible for any lost or stolen property. There will be plenty of retail and food vendors so please be sure to bring some cash/credit card(s).
Parking: Parking is available off of Palm Ave and Tesquesquite Ave. Parking at Ryan Bonaminio Park will be available at 7:30AM at a first come first serve basis. Select parking will be reserved for handicap access only.
Riverside Community Health Foundation