We welcome new and returning team captains! Stay tuned for details about upcoming Team Captain meetings where you can learn what’s new this year, network, and share best practices with other team captains.
Komen Maryland is seeking groups and businesses interested in learning more about sponsorship opportunities for the 2010 Race for the Cure. Those interested in learning more should contact Komen Maryland at (410) 938-8990, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website.
Red Cross Wall of Hope
Last October through December 31, 2009, the American Red Cross Greater Chesapeake and Potomac (GC&P) Blood Services Region raised money for Komen Maryland by making a donation on behalf of all blood donors in lieu of a t-shirt or other giveaway item. The campaign raised $30,000 and received positive feedback from participants, who were invited to write messages on a "Wall of Hope". Here are a few of those messages:
Dear Strong Beautiful Woman – Though we may not have met, please accept my gift in honor of all the women who have cared for me and enriched my life. Love and best wishes!
I write in honor of my beautiful wife, Debra, a breast cancer survivor of 25 years. She is my inspiration and the love of my life. She also provides hope to all touched by breast cancer. You too can be a survivor. Never give up. Live each day to the fullest.
An internship with Komen Maryland is a chance to gain knowledge and skills in non-profit marketing, work for a nationally recognized organization, network and make a difference. For available positions and application instructions, check out our Intern Opportunities. Contact email@example.com to apply or for more information.
Grants and Education
Komen Maryland testifies in Annapolis
Komen Maryland's Rebecca McCoy and Board President Dr. Stacey Keen testified earlier this month in Annapolis and advocated to ensure women have access to the tests and screenings they need. Komen Maryland will continue to advocate for increased funding for breast cancer research and for greater access to screening and treatment. Pictured at left are Dr. Keen and Delegate Frank Conaway, Jr. from Baltimore City.
Please mark your calendar for Saturday, April 17, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and join us at our new venue, the beautiful Murphy Fine Arts Center at Morgan State University. The keynote speaker is Sandra E. Chandler, daughter of “Baltimore’s Mother Teresa,” Bea Gaddy. She will share the story of her mother’s breast cancer and the powerful message of prevention and early detection.
June 5-7, 2010 Ride Across Maryland The 10th Annual Dick Gelfman's Ride Across Maryland is a 3-day/2-night event that offers motorcyclists (and is also open to cars, trucks, and vans) multiple locations to depart from before heading across the state to Ocean City, Maryland. During the past nine years, the non-profit Ride Across Maryland Foundation has donated over $1.7 million to Komen Maryland.
September 20, 2010 Play 18 for a Cure Golf Tournament
The Anne Arundel Women's Golf Organization is hosting the "Play 18 for a Cure" tournament to benefit Komen Maryland.