Race For The Cure 2015 (Recap)
You are amazing and made the 2015 Race for the Cure a success! We are grateful for you, and so are the women, men and families in Central Indiana who will receive the life-saving breast health services your donations help provide.
We are still entering and tallying fundraising results from Race day. But with your help, we know we can surpass last year’s fundraising total. Individual and team fundraising will remain open until Monday, May 18. Every dollar counts! Donations can be made and entered online at www.komenindy.org/race or by mail. Please include this fundraising form when mailing donations.
Be sure to check out the first round of 2015 Race photos in our Flickr Album. If you have pictures, you’d like to share, please email them to us at email@example.com or share them on social media with the #MoreThanARaceIN.
Thank you for you continued support. You truly make a difference in the fight against breast cancer!
|RACE TOTALS + FUNDRAISING
- Nearly 15,000 individuals came out to support this year’s Race.
- We are entering and tallying fundraising results from Race day. But with your help, we know we can surpass last year’s fundraising total. Individual and team fundraising will remain open until Monday, May 18.
- 14-year-old John Thomas Hodges of Greenwood won this year’s Competitive 5K with a finish time of 16 minutes and 52 seconds!
- If you participated in the competitive 5K, you can view your time results here.
|SAVE THE DATE
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