For the second year, British racing driver Pippa Mann teamed up with Susan G. Komen for the Indianapolis 500 in a campaign to raise awareness and funds throughout the month of May. This year, Mann raised $61,150 through her Indiegogo campaign — exceeding her goal by $11,150 — with $51,500 going to Komen to support the fight against breast cancer! Returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Dale Coyne Racing, Mann drove the No. 63 car in her fourth Indy 500 appearance on Sunday, May 24. From Opening Day at IMS through Race Day, Mann’s car, helmet, firesuit and more were turned pink in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer. Although the Indiegogo campaign has concluded, you can still support Mann's partnership with Komen by making a donation here.
Program Name: Pippa Mann Racing Program Active: May 1, 2014 –May 24, 2015 (donation site) and May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016 (merchandise will be sold on pippamann.com)Benefit to Komen: At least 70% of donations received through www.pippamann.com/getinvolved and at least 5% of all pink Komen branded merchandise sold on pippamann.com from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016 Partner Since: 2014 More Information: www.pippamann.com