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    WWE is an integrated media organization focused on global entertainment, and is committed to family-friendly entertainment on its television programming, pay-per-view, digital media and publishing platforms.

    WWE also leverages its brand and platforms to help address social issues worldwide, including diversity and inclusion, education, military support and providing hope to those in need. This includes its partnership with Susan G. Komen® through which WWE has donated more than $2M since 2012 to support Komen’s mission of saving lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.

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    WWE Champions of Hope Contest

    2019 Komen WWE Champions of Hope Contest

    One in 8 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. That is unacceptable. As a WWE fan, we want to hear your story, whether you’re a breast cancer patient, survivor, co-survivor, advocate, medical staff member, researcher, volunteer or anyone in between. Join us in the fight by entering the WWE Champions of Hope Contest!

    Susan G. Komen and WWE are coming together to reignite the urgency behind finding cures for this deadly disease, and we need your help. From July 18, 2019 to July 31, 2019, we invite you to submit a story explaining how breast cancer has affected your life or a loved one’s life, and how WWE and Susan G. Komen have provided support throughout that journey. Submissions should be understandable, well-prepared and include a relatable story that will resonate with other WWE fans.

    Two winners will be selected as the face of WWE’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign this October and will be invited to an expense-paid film day with the WWE and Komen family. As a winner, you will also receive the ultimate WWE experience with tickets to a WWE show and an exclusive Meet & Greet with WWE Superstars. Selections will be made and announced on August 10, 2019.

    Complete the form below to enter the contest. Entries must be 150 words or less with an accompanying photo and can also include an optional video no longer than three minutes. Winners will be determined by a panel of judges based on the following criteria:

    • Compelling story of how breast cancer has impacted the nominee
    • Explanation of how WWE and Susan G. Komen have supported the nominee or entrant’s journey
    • Belief that breast cancer is unacceptable
    • Overall quality of submission

    Must be 18+ years old and a resident of one of the 48 contiguous United States or D.C. to enter. For more information and full contest rules, click here.

     
     


     
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    WWE

    Susan G. Komen has truly transformed the world's support for breast cancer research and awareness. WWE is exceptionally proud to continue our partnership with Komen and be at the forefront of this movement, as we continue to utilize our global platforms to raise awareness and funds for a disease that affects so many people.

    Stephanie McMahon, Chief Brand Officer at WWE

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    Partner Since

    2012

    Total Contributions

    $ 2 M+

    Join WWE in supporting our Bold Goal by making a donation today. Join our fight. Save lives.

    Our corporate partners and sponsors are passionate about their involvement with us, engaging their customers, employees and communities in our mission to save lives and end breast cancer. Through their generosity, we educate millions of women and families about breast cancer and raise crucial funds for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment. We strive to serve as a valuable nonprofit partner by developing partnerships that are beneficial for the consumer, the company and for our mission.

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