15th Annual Pink Ribbon Run
Registration is CLOSED
Click here for 15th Annual PRR race results.
The 15th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and GreenState Credit Union.
Cancer is expensive. A lot of times there are costs that add up outside of what insurance covers, and non-medical costs as well. Your help is appreciated!
In 2021 we are celebrating our 15th YEAR!
You will have the option to participate in person on October 2 or virtually as an individual or with a team, or you can skip the walk and just raise funds. Either way, we appreciate you!
Thanks to our Survivor Sponsor, Community Auto Group, all breast cancer survivors still receive FREE registration.
Register right up until race day. You have the option to participate in-person on October 1, or virtually October 1-8. Participate as an individual or with a team.
Pink Ribbon Running is more fun with friends! Gather your favorite people and support the Beyond Pink TEAM at the 16th Annual Pink Ribbon Run. Teams of 10 or more members will have a designated place to gather for pre-race fun! Make it even more fun, and raise money as a team to present to the Beyond Pink TEAM!
Honor or celebrate your favorite breast cancer survivor with a Tribute Sign. The $30 signs must be ordered by
September 9 to be ready for the Pink Ribbon Run, and will be placed along the Pink Ribbon Walkway near Gateway Park.
Packet pick-up is at the Community Main Street Office; 310 E. 4th Street, Cedar Falls.
RACE DAY AGENDA
Other than packet pick-up, all race day events will take place at Cedar Falls River Place Plaza. Follow this link to see the 16th Annual Pink Ribbon Run race route.
We could not do what we do, without the support of our sponsors. Sponsors cover all the expenses of the Pink Ribbon Run, so that your registration dollars go directly back to the community. Please support our sponsors, and when you do, thank them for supporting people living with breast cancer in our community.
The Pink Ribbon Run was started in memory of Michelle Friedley, who died way too young of breast cancer in 2004.
In 2006, the first Pink Ribbon Run
was held in her honor.
"Michelle wanted to help women who needed financial and emotional support.
She has left a legacy of giving that she would not have been able to leave, had she not gone through cancer. She had a trademark smile and I am sure that smile is blanketing every single
Pink Ribbon Runner!"
- Pam Dowie, founding committee member of the Pink Ribbon Run