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Colors for a Cure

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Pullman Square

Proceeds to benefit St. Mary's Medical Center, Cabell-Huntington Hospital and the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH)

St. Mary’s Medical Center Foundation and Cabell Huntington Hospital Foundation are excited to team up again for our second annual Colors for a Cure! Colors for a Cure is a 5K Walk/Run that begins at Pullman Square in downtown Huntington. It combines the efforts of many teams from the Tri-State area, including many cancer survivors.

Colors for a Cure encourages participants to wear colors representing all types of cancer. Proceeds from the event will benefit cancer patients in need at both St. Mary’s Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital, as well as the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH).

Colors for a Cure also gets everyone to join together, creating community by forming teams and tailgating during the event. Awards are given away to the teams in various categories, such as Largest Team and Most Thoughtful Team.

100 percent of the money raised by C4C stays in the Tri-State area. We hope you will join us in supporting our united fight against cancer by participating in this unique event.

Single Event Sponsorship
Levels and Seat Reservations
Estimated Tax Deduction
Gold $2,000 20 $1,500
Silver $1,500 15 $1,125
Bronze $1,000 10 $750
Pink $500 5 $375

Proceeds from the event will benefit cancer patients in need at both St. Mary's Medical Center and Cabell-Huntington Hospital, as well as support of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH).

The majority of the proceeds from the event will go to the St. Mary’s Breast Center Pink Ribbon Fund, which provides free mammograms to local, uninsured and underinsured women in the Tri-State. A portion of the proceeds will also be donated to the development of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH), a bicycle and pedestrian trail system for the city of Huntington. We hope you will sponsor our efforts to support good health and a strong sense of community.

“Never underestimate the power of friends and family during your healing process.“ - Terri Wentz, 25 Year Cancer Survivor

View photos from previous events

Visit the Colors for a Cure website for more information.

August 21

St. Mary’s Medical Center Foundation and Cabell Huntington Hospital Foundation are excited to team up again for our second annual Colors for a Cure! Colors for a Cure is a 5K Walk/Run that begins at Pullman Square in downtown Huntington. It combines the efforts of many teams from the Tri-State area, including many cancer survivors. Colors for a Cure encourages participants to wear colors representing all types of cancer. Proceeds from the event will benefit cancer patients in need at both St. Mary’s Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital, as well as the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH). Colors for a Cure also gets everyone to join together, creating community by forming teams and tailgating during the event. Awards are given away to the teams in various categories, such as Largest Team and Most Thoughtful Team. 100 percent of the money raised by C4C stays in the Tri-State area. We hope you will join us in supporting our united fight against cancer by participating in this unique event. Schedule for Event Day, Sunday, October 8, 2017 -Registration runs from 1:00 - 2:30 pm -Festivities begin at 2:00 pm -Walk/Run begins at 3:00 pm
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August 21

Cancer Survivors can walk/run for FREE! Just select “Survivor”, when registering online! http://colorsforacure.org/
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August 9

SAVE THE DATE!  Sunday, October 8, 2017!  REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
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July 31

Join us a sponsor of this year’s event! #C4C
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July 17

Thanks for the invite!
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July 17

SAVE THE DATE!  Sunday, October 8th!  #C4C2017
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