City of Hope | Los Angeles, CA
November 8, 2015 | 8:00 a.m.

City of Hope
Los Angeles, CA
November 8, 2015
8:00 a.m.

You have the power to build a world without women's cancers.

On Sunday, November 8th, 10,000 members of our community will unite in the fight against women's cancers at Walk for Hope. Join us for a 5K/2K walk at the City of Hope campus for an unforgettable day of celebration and fun.  

City of Hope is leading the fight against cancers unique to women through research, treatment and education. Your commitment to Walk for Hope will support City of Hope’s efforts to push the boundaries of science to advance research and treatments on behalf of women everywhere.

We are counting on you to step up and help us raise more than $1 million in the fight women's cancers. 

We Have Raised


We've reached 31% of our $1,000,000 goal!

Help us transform the future of health

Top Participants

  1 -  Personal Donation Martin Ploy ($9,765.00)
  2 -  Lydia Jakobi ($6,940.00)
  3 -  Stephen Isaacs ($3,235.00)
  4 -  Personal Donation Candice Rosen ($2,345.00)
  5 -  Personal Donation Andrea Glasser ($1,940.00)

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Top Teams

  1 -  AICO All-Stars ($12,335.00)
  2 -  Sarah's Breasties ($11,458.00)
  3 -  Team Habublika ($4,220.00)
  4 -  Breast Fighters ($3,655.00)
  5 -  Essendant For The Cure ($3,385.00)

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Alissa Miller Feature

Be inspired by Allisa Miller

Here I was, at 29 years old, being told I had cancer. I have a hard time even articulating the fear and anguish that I experienced within the first few weeks of learning of my diagnosis.

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