More Than Pink Walk: All funds raised support local education, screening and diagnostic programs

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MILWAUKEE -- The Susan G. Komen "More Than Pink Walk" is happening Sunday, Sept. 22.  Julie Gerber, More Than Pink Walk chairman, joins FOX6 WakeUp with the details.

About More Than Pink Walk (website)

It's one thing to be aware of breast cancer. It's another to do something about it. Here's to the heroes. Who are making a difference. Who get out there and take action. Who prove every day that they are so much more than a color. Here's to the people who are MORE THAN PINK®.

Join us for our second annual Komen Southeast Wisconsin MORE THAN PINK Walk™ and share your determination to support the survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer in our community and beyond.

All funds raised support local education, screening and diagnostic programs, and global research efforts to find the cures. Register today and start fundraising to help us meet our ambitious $527,690 goal. Together we will be Bold. Be Fearless. Be MORE THAN PINK®.

Raise $100 to earn your shirt! T-shirts will be given to survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer and can be picked up at the times listed below. Every participant, including survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer, who fundraises at least $100 will receive a commemorative event day T-shirt. For ideas on how to reach your fundraising goal, visit our Fundraising 101 page or contact us today!

T-shirt Pickup | In-person Registration

Participants who raise $100+ as well as survivors and those living with metastatic breast cancer may pick up their T-shirts on the following days. In-person registration will also be available at these times.
Saturday, September 21
10 am - 3 pm
Henry Maier Festival Park - North Gate (Information Tent)
200 N. Harbor Drive | Milwaukee
Sunday, September 22
7:30 - 9 am
Henry Maier Festival Park - North Gate (Gruber Law Offices Registration Area)
200 N. Harbor Drive | Milwaukee
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