Explore the unique and innovative ways that our partners work with Susan G. Komen to help us raise money, attract attention and garner support.
These companies are our most dedicated partners, giving at the highest levels of financial support as well as devoting time, resources, energy and effort. Thanks to their commitment and continual efforts to do more for the cause, we get closer each day to ending breast cancer forever.
American Airlines is one of Susan G. Komen's longest-standing partners in helping accomplish the mission to end breast cancer forever.
Bank of America
Bank of America supports Susan G. Komen by serving as the National Presenting sponsor of the Race for the Cure® Series, their Pink Ribbon Banking Affinity products and through local volunteer events.
In connection with its 2013-2015 program, Belk is donating at least $1.2 million to Susan G. Komen.
Bowl for the Cure®
Bowl for the Cure®, sponsored by USBC, has raised more than $11 million for Susan G. Komen®
The Caterpillar Foundation has awarded Susan G. Komen over $5 million in grants to help increase breast cancer awareness and improve screening rates in Latin America.
The Dallas Cowboys have donated more than $250,000 in five years to support Susan G. Komen’s mission.
Ford Motor Company
For over 20 years, Ford has served as a National Series Sponsor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and supported Komen Affiliates through proceeds of their Warriors in Pink apparel program.
Susan G. Komen® has joined forces with GE healthymagination in a mission to tackle some of the biggest challenges in breast cancer.
Since 2010, Jackson Lewis has provided Susan G. Komen with over 1,525 pro bono hours of legal service.
Country music singer Jason Aldean has donated more than $2 million to Susan G. Komen®.
Through the Cook for the Cure® program, KitchenAid will donate at least $450,000 to Komen in 2016.
Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Matt Goss is fighting against breast cancer in his mother’s memory.
Since 2011 Mohawk has donated more than $3.22 million dollars and is proud to renew their partnership through 2017.
New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc.
New Balance has been a National Race for the Cure Series Sponsor since 1991 and launched the Lace Up for the Cure shoe and athletic apparel collection in 2002.
Pippa Mann Racing
Racing Driver Pippa Mann has partnered with Susan G. Komen® for the annual Indianapolis 500 since 2014.
Rally for the Cure®
Rally for the Cure® has partnered with Susan G. Komen for over 20 years and raised more than $77 million.
Simon Property Group, Inc.
During October 2015, Simon is proud to support Komen through various fundraising initiatives, and long with the help of generous customers, will guarantee a contribution of at least $250,000.
Through Read for the Cure®, Subdirect will donate at least $200K to Komen in 2016 through magazine subscription sales.
Through the Fit for the Cure program, Wacoal will donate at least $250K to Susan G. Komen in 2016.
By supporting Komen a National Series Sponsor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Walgreens hopes to further its efforts to support the prevention and early detection of today’s leading diseases.
Since 2012, WWE has donated more than $1.5 million to support the Susan G. Komen mission.
Zumba has donated more than $4.5 million to support Susan G. Komen’s mission.
PR Nutrition supports Susan G. Komen as the Fuel your Energy Partner for the National Race for the Cure and 3 Day Series.
These partners have a significant impact on our mission through financial contributions and awareness building activities. With their help, we support thousands of families in the fight against breast cancer.
These partners donate up to $100,000 each year, helping us take a stand against breast cancer and work tirelessly to find a cure.
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