| Sep 21, 2021
Fall Activity - Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation
Team Lynn Sage
The Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation has five active campaigns during Breast Cancer Awareness month, October 2021. Each campaign ties to our mission to raise funds for research and education to prevent breast cancer and improve outcomes for individuals with breast cancer. Investments drive impact globally.
Our signature fundraiser the Fall Benefit will be hosted virtually again this year given the continuation of the COVID-19 global pandemic. We are thrilled to host a conversation with Glennon Doyle, the #1 NYT bestselling author of UNTAMED. She is also founder & president of Together Rising, and host of the We Can Do Hard Things podcast. Be sure to tune in to hear Glennon speak about her journey and join our fight against breast cancer. Register through the link provided.
We have two complimentary campaigns Chicago’s In Good Taste™ and Purchase 4 Pink™working with restaurants and retailers to partner with the Foundation to raise money for brilliant breast cancer researchers. Each participating partner contributes a portion of their overall sales or a portion of proceeds from a specific product or item. Please select the link below to support our restaurant community and small businesses
We are also proud to report that we have 28 runners for Team Lynn Sage’s participation in Bank of America’s Chicago Marathon. Each runner has committed to run and train in support of eradicating breast cancer. Some of our runners have a personal tie to breast cancer in their own lives or those of family and friends. While others are personally passionate about doing their part to contribute to ending this disease in their community, nationally and globally. If you would like to support our runners, please visit the link provided.
Lastly, we are so proud to see Chicago light up in awash of pink during our Light The Way Way to Find a Cure™ campaign, which encourages local buildings, landmarks, and businesses to illuminate pink or fly the Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation flag to show their support for the many women and families who had and continue to face breast cancer. If you would like to purchase a flag for yourself or your building, please visit the link provided.
Light The Way to Find A Cure
Chicago's In Good Taste