Gorgeous weather, more than 5,600 participants & donors united in support of the cause = a hugely successful National Race — THANK YOU!! SAVE the Date! Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014: See you next year!Register here!
You can still support the movement by making a donation here! Each contribution helps us reach our goal! THANK YOU! #endwomenscancerDonate!
Erin Rothfuss is the three-time-in-a-row 2013 SUPER SURVIVOR! See who’s on top in our Individual and Team Fundraising and Biggest Team Contests!Who's #1!
Thank you Traci for joining us again to raise awareness, and many thanks to WE tv for sharing a PSA about GYN cancers. Tune in Thursdays at 9:00 pm ET for the new season of Braxton Family Values!See PSA
Thanks to caregiver Stephanie Parker for sharing this message on coping. Stephanie’s Race Team is Bea’s Bumble Beez, in memory of her mother.Watch Video Here
Jessica Banov shares her sister Rachel’s story, and why the Banov Family supports the National Race.Rachels' Story
Read Jennie’s moving story and join her in this growing national movement to knock out women’s cancer!Jennie's Story
Jenny is a writer and monologist, well know for her one-woman show, I Got Sick Then I Got Better, about her own GYN cancer journey. Thank you Jenny!Watch Trailer Here
Connect with Pam and join the movement! Read about Pam’s own journey here and share your story, including tips and advice for coping with GYN cancer or being a caregiver. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.Pam's Story
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Q: When is the 2013 National Race to End Women’s Cancer? A: Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. The race begins and ends at Freedom Plaza, Pennsylvania Avenue and 14th Street in Washington, DC.
Q: What is the mission of the Foundation for Women’s Cancer? Log onto www.foundationforwomenscancer.org for a look into the great work and goals of The Foundation for Women's Cancer.
Q: Are registration fees tax-deductible? A: Contributions are tax-deductible. Registration fees are not tax-deductible.
Q: May I bring my children to the event? A: Of course! We welcome families of all kinds and strollers are OK. New this year: Kids Pit Stall, with face painting, arts and crafts and fun for the little ones!
Q: May I bring my dog to the event? A: We love dogs, but discourage their presence on the race route for safety reasons. Of course, service dogs are always welcome.
Q: May I wear my inline skates or ride my scooter or skateboard on the race route? A: For safety reasons, skates, skateboards and scooters are prohibited.
Q: Where and when is packet pickup? A. Pre-race packet pick-up will take place on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Pacers store in Clarendon: 3100 Clarendon Blvd. in Arlington, VA, Metro stop: Clarendon (on the Orange Line).
We need volunteers! If you can donate your time from 9:45 am - 1:00 pm or from 1:00 - 4:00 pm on Saturday, 11/2, please contact Attilie Carrig at email@example.com. Thank you!
The RACE day Pre-Race Packet Pick-Up Tent will be open at 7:00 a.m. and the official race start is 9:00 a.m. EST.
Watch this loving tribute from Jessica Banov about her sister Rachel Banov Gould, who succumbed to cervical cancer last year. You can support the Banov's Team Seriously? in Rachel's honor here.
2013 GCAM Courses: In addition to the National Race on Sunday, November 3, the 2013 Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Movement weekend will feature two FREE concurrent courses for survivors of ovarian and uterine cancer on Saturday, November 2, 2013. To register for the Ovarian Cancer Course, click here. To register for the Uterine Cancer Course, click here.
Don’t miss National Race co-chair Jenny Allen’s FREE performance of her award-winning one-woman show, I Got Sick Then I Got Better, at the conclusion of the Survivors Course at 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, 11/2. All are welcome!
Stephanie Parker, loving daughter and award winning journalist at the U.N. who lost her mother to uterine cancer, offers tips for cancer caregivers. Number one: remember to have fun! Support Stephanie's Team, Beez Bumble Beez, on the Teams page.
Watch this moving tribute from the 2012 Race by Team Marianne's Butterflies, dedicated to Marianne Smith-Catanzaro. You can support Marianne's Butterflies on the Teams page again this year.
Click here to see the list of U.S. Senators and Representatives who generously agreed to serve on the Congressional Race Host Committee.
Is your senator and representative on this list, joining us in the movement to end women’s cancer? If not, please let them know that we’d love their support!