Bike, Run or Walk 13.1 Miles to End Breast Cancer
A breast cancer diagnosis -- whether it’s your own or someone you love -- can leave you feeling helpless. Imagine if there was a way to fight back-- to do something that can make an impact. There is. It’s called the PINK 13.1 Walk/Run/Bike. It’s a 1 day, 13.1 mile walk, run, or bike making a real difference in the fight against breast cancer for Virginians.
VBCF invites you to join the movement and take a stand against breast cancer by fundraising and walking with us in Abingdon this October. Your support allows VBCF to provide Virginians knowledge and a voice in the fight against breast cancer. Our goals are to establish the end of breast cancer as a state and national priority, to advocate for the collective needs of people affected by breast cancer in Virginia, and to educate all Virginians on the facts about breast cancer.
Breast cancer is more than a pink ribbon - the PINK 13.1 will inspire hundreds of women and men who will leave the event transformed. You’ll find strength, purpose, and community through participation!