- Do we accept donations other than the walk day?

The answer is YES. We could not continue to do what we do without the support of others holding events on our behalf and private donations we receive throughout the year as well. 


We are so grateful for each and every one of you and your continued support of our walk, the events held to raise money for us and your encouraging words to those fighting breast cancer. 


- Can I form a team?

Yes, we encourage you to form a team and get your friends and family involved in your activities and community service.


- Does each team member need a signed pledge form?

Yes, we need each team member to sign a pledge form as the release is listed on the pledge form. We also tract the number of participates each year.


- Can I pre-register for the walk?

We are unable to accept pre-registered walkers at this time. Registration is from 8:15 am to 10:00 am the day of the walk.


- How old do my children need to be to participate in the walk?

Children of any age are welcome to accompany their parents and may participate in the walk as long as their parent or legal guardian has signed the release on the pledge form.


- How long is the walk?

The walk is approximately one mile long.


- Are there awards?

Yes, we honor the team and individual who raises the most money and turns it in on the day of the walk. We also honor the individuals in the following categories: Oldest Survivor, Youngest walker (registered), most pink, most spirited.


- If our team raises enough money does each member receive a T-shirt?

Only those members that have donated a minimum of $35.00 per pledge sheet will receive a t-shirt. T-shirts are limited to one per registrant.


- Who do I call if I need to receive additional material before the walk?

Please call either Judy Bush at 287-2473, or Terry Pistolesi at 287-7639


- What can I or my team do to fund raise before the walk?

Ask your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to help support you in your efforts. Get creative, hold car washes, bake sales, walk pets, spring clean up, hold a raffle. Anything you want to do that is safe and fun, we encourage.