2024 Dallas/Fort Worth 3-Day

Breasties Forever


My team and I have walked in the 3-Day for many, many years. We walked in Dallas for 12 years and in San Diego for the last 7. To celebrate our 20th year, I'm walking all three days in San Diego and 1 day in Dallas this year.

Why participate for 20 years?
We walk because I can't walk away.
We walk so we never have to see another child walk in memory of their mother.
We walk to raise awareness.
We walk in celebration of the survivors, in memory of those that lost the battle, and in hopes that fewer become either.
Besides, it's only 50,000 steps and blisters don't need chemo.
It's not only a battle against breast cancer, but a war against all cancers!

We walk for those currently fighting, and for those that have gone before us! For those in the battle, know that there are many supporters that you're not even aware of and have never met. This is a personal sacrifice, but one I can't imagine not doing.

*A note from the Team Captain:
I walk in this event each year because it makes me believe in the world again. For those of you walking, or if you're considering joining us, this event will change your life. You may walk past a child on a street corner holding up a sign thanking us for walking for his mom. You will walk past houses and businesses decked out in pink decorations to show their support.  You'll walk through cheering stations that will give you the emotional adrenaline boost you need to keep moving.  By 4pm on Sunday, November 3rd, you'll feel like all is right in the world again. This 3-Day community doesn't know age, race, gender or religion.  For one full day, everyone is the same and fighting for one cause.  This isn't just about breast cancer, it's about all cancers.  If we find a cure for one, we'll find a cure for others.  That's why I'm passionate.  When we all pull together and support one another, we can do anything!

Please join us as we come together as a team and with the Susan G. Komen 3-Day community take on a bold challenge in the fight to end breast cancer. 

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