Join us in the fight against breast cancer by participating in a race near you!
Throughout the year, our students, faculty and staff join together to support a great cause – the race to cure breast cancer. That’s why we take an active role in supporting Susan G. Komen® via the Race for the Cure®.
The Race for the Cure series of 5K runs and fitness walks raises awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease.
Chamberlain campuses across the nation participate in their local Race for the Cure events, building teams and walking together in support of the cause. Since 2008, we’ve participated in over 60 Race events and have received several honors, including:
Winning the “Largest Team” Award at the Chicago Race for the Cure in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, with 200 participants registered for each race
Winning the “Top Fundraising School Team” for the Chicago Race for the Cure event in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
To date, we’ve donated over $350,000 to support this very worthy cause.
The Student Nurses Association at Chamberlain’s Arlington, Virginia campus made and sold pink tutus to raise money for the team. In two days, they made nearly 40 tutus and raised more than $400 for the cause. Read More.
“We’re trying to get the message across worldwide that breast cancer is a serious disease and it needs to get detected early,” said Melinda Jamis, student at the Addison, Illinois campus. Students like Melinda came to offer support for other runners, breast cancer survivors and anyone whose life has been touched by the disease. Watch the video.