2020 Triangle Virtual Race for the Cure

 

The 24th annual Triangle Race for the Cure took place virtually on Saturday, September 12, 2020, postponed from its original date of May 2nd due to the COVID-19 pandemic. View the media coverage, programs, and fundraising progress below, and save the date for next year’s event: May 1, 2021!

 

Fundraising Progress

As of October 6, 2020, $515,231 has been raised through the Triangle Race for the Cure!

Virtual Activities

9/8/2020 – She Cooks Too! cooking class presented by Walmart – watch

9/11/2020 – Dance Where You Are class hosted by ComMotion Dance – watch

9/12/2020 – Virtual Race Program – watch

9/5-20/2020 – Scavenger Hunt

  • View timed 5K results here
  • View places to #RaceWhereYouAre here

Media Coverage

9/12/2020 – Virtual Race for the Cure begins now – WRAL’s Lena Tillett interviews team captains Regina Brooks and Sarah Kaufman on why they lead their teams each year.

9/8/2020 – In neighborhoods and homes, participants raise money for breast cancer research – Race Co-Chairs Peggy Morrell and Marge Morena encourage participation in the Virtual Race, funding for research

9/3/2020 – September Out & About – Race Co-Chair, Marge Morena, shares her passion for volunteering with Susan G. Komen

6/25/2020 – Komen Race for the Cure becomes ‘race where you are’ fundraiser, virtual event – Ways to support the Race virtually

5/1/2020 – Komen race delay could impact fundraising, organizers say – Komen NCTC Development Coordinator, Amy Charney, shares her breast cancer diagnosis and recovery journey; the importance of fundraising

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