Your contribution will help us provide financial assistance to organizations who offer free mammogram screening for uninsured patients, breast cancer treatment, wellness and education programs, transportation services, and financial support for survivors who struggle to pay their personal financial obligations.
We donate to pay for 3D mammograms for patients who are uninsured or underinsured in underserved communities in Washington, DC. We also want to help survivors who struggle to pay household finances while they are paying the high cost of prescribed medication. Our annual fashion event is important because we must educate women under 50, in particular, of the importance of early detection because the death rate of women in this demographic has continued to rise and Breast Cancer is the second leading cause of death in women next to lung cancer.
Our team attends and volunteers at community events that promote the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness, early detection, and annual mammogram screening. We bring our fun sewing activities to these events every year.
We host appreciation events for friends and family of our annual fashion event. It is important for us to keep in touch with the survivors who have participated in our events. A sisterhood has evolved from their involvement with the annual fashion event.
The David Yurman Company is built on passion, collaboration and curiosity.
Founded in 1980 by David and Sybil Yurman, the company is, in their own words, “one long art project.”
Their ability to fuse fashion, art and jewelry into signature design concepts revolutionized an industry, creating an entirely new category—American Designer Jewelry.
The Washington Nationals are an American professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C. They compete in the MLB as a member of the National League East division. From 2005 to 2007, the team played in RFK Stadium while a new stadium was being built. In 2008, they moved in to National Park located in the Southeast quadrant of D.C.
The Nationals are the eighth major league franchise to be based in Washington, D.C. and the first since 1971.
Guy Lambert is passionate about delivering the news to the community.
With 20+ years of experience in news anchoring and directing, he is well known for his ability to work well in a team, and he excels at thinking quickly on his feet. Guy's knack for storytelling makes him an excellent fit for any news or entertainment environment.
As a current member of FOX 5’s Like It Or Not show, Guy regularly delivers on-air news and events pertaining to politics, entertainment and pop culture. He also supports the development of engaging story ideas and exciting content. In this role and his current position as the WPGC 95.5 news director, he posts to social media and web platforms regularly to drive audience attention.
During his tenure as a news anchor, he provided live air radio and television coverage of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and the 2020 Global Pandemic. His on air personality and ability to react quickly to breaking news made him an ideal candidate to cover all of these tragedies.
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Justin Stewart interviews EZ Street at the 2nd Annual Runway For A Cure DC Survival of the Glamorous fashion event at the historic Marriott Wardman Park Hotel on August 25, 2018.
Runway for a Cure DC wants to give back to organizations who are providing health and human services to the Washington, Maryland, and Virginia community and uplift women diagnosed with breast cancer and other illnesses.
Runway for a Cure DC's fashion events celebrate life and women who have been affected by Breast Cancer and other illnesses, who continue to be Fabulous Survivors!
Our annual fashion event gives back to organizations, facilities, groups, and individuals who are making a difference in the lives of women diagnosed with breast cancer and other illnesses, through health screening, treatment, wellness programs, financial support, and education.
Runway for a Cure DC in Washington offers a title sponsorship package that provides the greatest amount of exposure to our audience with day-of-event presentations to our guests, free vendor table for marketing, hospitality suite access, special VIP seating at the event for 4, co-marketing and advertising opportunities, year round collaboration, parking voucher for 1 car, and recognition as a champion contributor for our cause.
This level of sponsorship offers co-marketing opportunities, special VIP seating for 4, hospitality suite access, parking voucher for 1 car, and recognition as one of our sponsor partners in all event advertising.
This level of sponsorship gives the sponsor brand recognition via event advertising and marketing. The sponsor will also receive special VIP seating for 4 and event branded apparel.
This sponsorship gives friends and family of loved ones or individuals the opportunity to donate on behalf of a loved one who is a survivor or in memory of their loved one(s). The sponsor will also receive 2 general admission tickets.
This sponsor will be included in the honorable mention section of the event program and be invited to our annual appreciation event with all of the sponsors.
Up to $350
Many our sponsors may be in a position to offer a sample or discount of their product/service in exchange for sponsorship recognition.
In-Kind Product/Service Discount Accepted
The "Runway for a Cure DC" Fashion Show is partnering with the 16th Annual Official Pink & White Affair again this year to bring a fashion showcase to the affair
Our mission is to celebrate Breast Cancer Survivors, encourage family and friends of those affected by Breast Cancer, and to give back to individuals or organizations who support Breast Cancer Research, Awareness, and Survivors!
My father passed away from complications due to his prostate cancer treatment. My mother selected one of the best family health insurance plans, before her retirement, which removed any financial stress from our family during my father's treatment. This made it easy for us to focus on his treatment and care (instead of medical bills).
So many cancer patients don't have adequate health insurance coverage and it is difficult to pay for the medications, reconstructive surgeries, and even everyday expenses.
We want to help make a difference in the lives of those who need screening, education, treatment, transportation, or just help with their monthly bills.
Here our interview live:
Live from BBS radio, it's time for the Podcast that addresses issues for people 50 and older, it's time for I'm just Sayin 50 with Juanita. Juanita brings a new spin to the the statement, I'm older and I'm fabulous! Get ready for fun, information, and complete interaction with guests and listeners. Get ready for I'm just sayin 50! Because nothing's more important than living well and looking fabulous!