Can I still fundraise?

Yes! You can still fundraise to help create a world without breast cancer.  At the end of the day, it’s about what we make possible together through your fundraising.

While you might not be onsite with your community, you can create a community of your own through our online fundraising tools.  Check out these tips to maximize your online fundraising:

  1. Customize your participant fundraising center so everyone knows why you support Susan G. Komen. Sharing your story is a big indicator of fundraising success, so make sure to share the link to your participant center through social media and email.
  2. Make sure you have activated your Facebook fundraiser through your participant center. Just login to your fundraising center at the top of this page and click the “Start a Facebook fundraiser” link. Make sure you invite your Facebook friends to your fundraiser and reshare often! 
  3. Get creative! We know you may need to change your fundraising plans, but now is a great time to be creative with how you’ll hit your goal. 

Can I still earn recognition items?

Yes! All fundraisers qualify for our fundraising recognition program! For those of you who fundraise $250 and above, you will be contacted approximately 4 weeks after the event to redeem your thank you gift.   

Can I get a refund of my registration fee if I don’t attend a Race or Walk event?

All participant registration fees are non-refundable, as per the waiver that you sign when you sign up to participate in this year’s event.  Please contact your local Komen office ifyou’d like to turn your registration fee into a tax-deductible donation to support our mission.


Although we love our Race for the Cure t-shirts, on average Komen Hawaii was spending 8K per year on race t-shirts and Komen as a national organization was spending 2M per year on t-shirts. We think you'll agree that money is better spent saving lives

2020 Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure registration does NOT include a t-shirt for regular adult or youth registration.  Survivors and MBC participants will receive a t-shirt with their registration.

Participants who fundraise $100 or more will be recognized by receiving a 2020 Race for the Cure t-shirt.

We will determin how to distribute t-shirts based on social distrancing for your health and safety as we get closer to event day. Stay tuned to our social media channels and race communications for more details.







Event Day Information

2020 Komen Hawaii Virtual Race for the CureŽ

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Race Where You Are

Honolulu, HI

View Event Day Schedule