From the moment a person's breast cancer diagnosis is confirmed, she or he is considered a survivor. Race day is an opportunity for us to recognize our survivors for their bravery, and to show them how much they are loved, cherished, and respected.
We would like to invite participants to recognize those special people who have been touched by breast cancer. "In Memory of" and "In Celebration of" back signs will be available for all Race participants.
You’ll find an incredible community of survivors and co-survivors at the Susan G. Komen Central Florida Race for the Cure®. Survivors and co-survivors gather to celebrate and support one another in an atmosphere of genuine camaraderie. It is their inspiring spirit that energizes us to continue the fight to end breast cancer forever.
All breast cancer survivors (who choose to indicate as such at the time of registration) will receive a special pink Race bib as well as a pink Race T-shirt.
As any breast cancer survivor knows, facing the challenges of fighting this difficult disease is not done alone. Each and every survivor has been supported by a team made up of spouses, parents, friends, neighbors, co-workers and many others. To recognize that beating this disease is a team effort this award asks Survivors to nominate the individual who stood by their side during their fight. Nominate your co-survivor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Race Day, survivors will be:
Survivor Race packets will include the following:
At the Race, you will have a chance to write a name or short note on the Honor & Memory banner which will be located outside of the Survivor Tent, to recognize the person(s) you are honoring or remembering.
Please return to the Survivor Tent by 9:05 a.m. to line up for the survivor march which will begin at 9:30 a.m. This is an honor exclusively for our survivors.