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32 years ago, Dallas held the very first Race for the Cure with only 800 runners. It was a step towards a promise our Founder made to her sister, Susan G. Komen. Today the Race continues to carry on the tradition of raising awareness, but has also transformed into a significant source of funds in the fight against breast cancer. It is a day to celebrate our survivors and to memorialize those that have only survived in the hearts of others.

Come out and join us on Race day as we celebrate your survivorship together.

Survivor Race packets will receive the following items

  • Pink survivor t-shirt
  • Pink survivor hat
  • Pink Race bib
  • One pink wrist band for guest access to the Survivor Tent


  • Breakfast will be served in the Survivor tent starting at 6:30am
  • You must wear your 2015Pink Race bib for entrance into the tent
  • If you are a Pink Honor Roll member, you will still need your survivor bib for entry
  • All Survivors are allowed to bring one guest into the Survivor tent who must wear the pink wristband for entry into the tent.


Every year in honor of his wife’s legacy, Jim Hatcher awards the first survivor to cross the finish line with the Joanie Hatcher Award. Joanie initiated hosting a Survivor area at the Race for the Cure series back in 1994.

Learn more about the Jim and Joanie Hatcher Charitable Trust


Proudly show your number of years as a Survivor by displaying silver numbers on your Survivor hat. You can pick up your number at the Survivor Tent or at on-site registration located inside NorthPark Center.


Return to the Survivor Tent by 9:15am to line up for the televised Survivor Celebration Walk, starting at 9:45am. See more details here.

For more information:
Hilda Avila
Marketing and Events Manager