BCA--CV Community Step n' Stride
Join concerned individuals and breast cancer survivors and support the Step 'n Stride; the largest one-day breast cancer walk in the Cumberland Valley.
We have all been touched by breast cancer in some way; whether through a personal experience, a family member, friend, neighbor or co-worker.
The Step 'n Stride Against Breast Cancer Walk gives you the power to make a difference and while helping to continue the FREE programs and
services offered by Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley. The Step 'n Stride has a $100 minimum pledge donation required per participant and/or team member 13 years or older to receive the event sweatshirt.
There is no fundraising minimum as many other walks do. To sign up online for the Step 'n Stride, please select from one of the options below:
What do the funds go to that are raised during the walk??
Proceeds benefit the FREE programs and services provided by Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley.
Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley, Inc. is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3)agency serving Washington and Frederick Counties in Maryland, Franklin and Fulton Counties in Pennsylvania, Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties in West Virginia and Winchester, Virginia areas.
BCA-CV offers a range of free early detection programs:
Breast Self-Exam (BSE) Classes and Shower cards
Support for breast cancer patients through all phases of the disease. Information is available on:
Surgical Choices (mastectomy, lumpectomy, and reconstruction
Adjuvant Treatment (chemotherapy and radiation)
Hormonal Therapies (Tamoxifen, Arimidex, Herceptin and Femara)
Free local programs help women and their families cope with after surgery issues by providing:
Moving Forward After Surgery
Mastectomy bras and prosthesis
Wigs for chemotherapy patients
Cuddl Duds® Camisole for radiation patients
Dinner's Ready - provides grocery store gift cards while in treatment
Special Needs Program
Monthly Information Support Group
Pink Flags Waving! Honor breast cancer survivors and/or loved ones who have lost
their battle with this disease by having their name written on a Tribute Flag.