Call our breast care helpline to assist with finding local screening and diagnostic facilities or clinical research trials, requesting financial assistance, or other questions or care needs.
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Looking for Pink Tie Guys!
Being an advocate for breast cancer awareness and research funding is one of the best ways you can make a difference.
We’re looking for leaders who are passionate about making a difference in their community to join the Pink Tie Guys program. You will play a critical role in Komen’s efforts to end breast cancer forever by raising funds for groundbreaking research and programs that support patients now. Pink Tie Guys are professional, community leaders and fathers, husbands, brothers and sons who want to support Komen’s mission to save lives.I am Intererested
Go Pink for the Cure
We’re excited to announce Komen’s latest fundraising program: Go Pink for the Cure. This program focuses on the next generation of passionate, grassroots advocates for the cause: students!Learn More
Thank you to our 2023 Greater Fort Worth MORE THAN PINK Walk sponsors.
|Platinum Sponsors||Bronze Sponsors|
|Standard Meat||Bank of Texas|
|Rosalyn G. Rosenthal||Envision Imaging|
|Media Sponsors||Haltom’s Jewelers|
|Fox 4||JPMorgan Chase & Co.|
|IHeart Radio||Justin Boots|
|Gold Sponsors||Lhoist North America|
|Joe T. Garcias||R4 Foundation|
|Pink Sponsors||Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth|
|Albertsons Tom Thumb||Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest|
|BNSF Railway||Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital HEB|
|Moncrief Cancer Institute||Texas Health Resources Foundation|
|UT Southwestern Simmons Cancer Center||Supporter Sponsors|
|Paris Coffee Shop||Cowtown Headache Center|
|Roy Pope Grocery||Joan & Howard Katz|
|TTI Inc.||JPS Foundation|
|Amon G. Carter Foundation||Prosperity Bank|
|Lucky Spur Catering||Range Resources|
|The Ryan Foundation|
I want to sponsor in 2024!
Latest News & Information
When Tiffany was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, her world was shattered. "Never delay an appointment if there’s a problem. It’s really a matter of life and death. Advocate for yourself. Black women especially need to push for earlier appointments, ask questions and hold medical professionals accountable for doing their jobs efficiently and promptly."
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Susan G. Komen Applauds U.S. Senate Confirmation of Dr. Monica Bertagnolli as Director of the National Institutes of Health
Susan G. Komen®, the world’s leading breast cancer organization, issued the following statement applauding the U.S. Senate’s bipartisan confirmation of Monica Bertagnolli, MD, as the new Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). “As a scientist, physician and breast cancer patient, Dr. Bertagnolli brings a distinctive understanding of the patient voice and a deep […]
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