Komen 'More Than Pink' walk set for April 25

Susan G. Komen Maryland is inviting walkers the 9th annual Delmarva MORE THAN PINK Walk on April 25, on Ocean City’s iconic boardwalk.

EASTON — Susan G. Komen Maryland, which also serves central and southern Delaware, has announced that the annual Delmarva MORE THAN PINK Walk will be held on April 25, on Ocean City’s iconic boardwalk, beginning at the inlet. Registration and fundraising for the event are now open at komenmd.org/delmarva.

This event, now in its ninth year, features a 1- or 3-mile walk on the boardwalk and an opportunity to celebrate survivors, honor those living with breast cancer and remember those lost while raising funds for local breast health programs and groundbreaking research. About 1,500 people usually attend the Walk.

Komen has invested more than $5 million in life-saving Eastern Shore breast health programs since 1993. Recently, Komen Maryland began serving Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware.

All participants and survivors will receive a complimentary Komen wrap to use in the opening ceremonies.

Participants must raise at least $100 to receive a walk T-shirt, except for survivors, who will receive a T-shirt regardless of fundraising.

“We are hoping that by eliminating the registration fee, we will encourage more people to attend the Walk and raise funds so that we can continue our life-saving work on the Shore,” said Karen Falk, Komen’s Delmarva development manager.

For more information about this event, please visit us online at www.komenmd/delmarva.

Susan G. Komen is the world’s leading nonprofit breast cancer organization, working to save lives and end breast cancer forever. Komen has an unmatched, comprehensive 360-degree approach to fighting this disease across all fronts and supporting millions of people in the U.S. and in countries worldwide. We advocate for patients, drive research breakthroughs, improve access to high-quality care, offer direct patient support and empower people with trustworthy information. Born out of a promise between two sisters, Susan G. Komen remains committed to supporting those affected by breast cancer today, while tirelessly searching for tomorrow’s cures.

Susan G. Komen Maryland, also serving Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware, is helping fuel research, advocate for patients and support people facing breast cancer locally through a variety of direct patient-centered services and by collaborating with area providers to remove barriers and connect people to needed care. Komen has invested more than $5 million in Eastern Shore Programs since 1993.

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