Q. When is the Pink Ribbon Run?
A. The Pink Ribbon Run will be held Online. We're celebrating on Sunday, April 26, 2020.
These are extraordinary times. The Virtual Run is a way for us to gather our community and make a difference.
Q. Where is the Pink Ribbon Run?
A. It's online - no need to leave your house. This means you can show up and make a difference by staying at home in your favorite jammies, sleeping in - knowing that you've contributed to the greater good, rocking out to your favorite music list, sitting in meditation for our community, taking a walk/run (keeping in mind ALL public health recommendations and best practices), lighting a candle for peace and well being, offering a prayer, posting participation pictures + sharing stories of family and friends, celebrating / honoring those battling, surviving and/or thriving with cancer, remembering all those who live on our hearts and memories...
We’ll be posting online on Run morning and we invite you to participate. We’ll have some messages from familiar faces, share stories from years past + talk about what the future holds for our 5th year Run next year.
Q. How much is the registration fee?
A. Adult (18 and over): $20
Youth (17 and under): $10
Q. Do I get a t-shirt for registering?
A. We are excited to share that thanks to our local partnership with Spokane Valley Screen Printing, we're able to offer our Virtual Run shirts via an online store.The store is now open for business! Order your t-shirt here!
Q. What is the deadline for registering?
A. You may register any time through Sunday, April 26.
Q. Is my registration fee tax-deductible?
A. No, your registration fee helps defray the costs of producing the Pink Ribbon Run and is not considered tax-deductible. However, any amount you choose to donate above the entry fee is tax-deductible.
Q. How do I turn in donations?
A. If you've collected dollars, you can mail a check directly to our office:
Every Woman Can
827 W 1st Avenue, Suite #320
Spokane, WA 99201