Join us for the 4th annual Wyoming Pink Ribbon Run in Casper and Cheyenne. The Casper Run will be Saturday, August 3, 2019 at Crossroads Park with a timed 5k course or a Zumba and yoga class led by the WAC. The Cheyenne Run will be Saturday, August 10, 2019 at the Cheyenne Capitol Complex with a timed 5k or 1 mile course. You can walk or run either course and a Zumba warm-up will be providing by Gold's Gym. No dogs or bikes, please.
Are you a breast cancer survivor? Register for FREE thanks to generous sponsors. You are also invited to the survivor celebration. Bring your friends and family and celebrate your strength.
Not able to participate on the Run dates? We don’t want anyone to miss out on the fun! Register as a virtual participate, then gather a group of your favorite people and organize any kind of Pink Event in support of the Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative. Whether it’s a group of two or twenty use this opportunity to have fun and support. Your registration even gets you an event shirt for you to proudly wear as you support an amazing cause.
Don't want to register online, please feel free to stop by Foot of the Rockies in Cheyenne.
Cheyenne- Tuesday, August 6th - Friday, August 9th at Foot of the Rockies (by Target)
Can’t make it then? Don’t worry we will have your packet available the morning of the Run. We cannot guarantee shirt size after August 1st.
- 1 Loyd Farms $4,136.00 raised
- 2 TEAM VICKY! $2,464.00 raised
- 3 LCCC Family and Friends $2,213.25 raised
- 4 Carisastrong $1,987.50 raised
- 5 Treasured Chests $1,567.50 raised
- 6 Wyoming's 5 Elected Officials $1,285.02 raised
- 7 Holland & Hooters $1,280.45 raised
- 8 Laramie County Fire District #2 $1,265.25 raised
- 9 Team Pam $1,133.50 raised
- 10 Rockstar Suzy $1,040.00 raised
WBCI is a volunteer-led nonprofit organization that aims to increase breast cancer awareness and prevention by raising funds granted into local programs in Wyoming with an emphasis on increasing breast health education, financially assisting breast cancer screenings, facilitating patient navigation, and promoting survivor services. Through fundraising efforts across the state, proceeds remain in Wyoming to grant into eligible programs. In the past three years, the WBCI has granted over $300,000 and granted into 41 programs in all Wyoming counties.