Masses of pink-clad runners and walkers wound their way through downtown Seattle on June 4, having raised more than $500,000 to end breast cancer through the Komen Puget Sound Race for the Cure®.
Michael Rosenberg Photography and Susan G. Komen Puget Sound have partnered with eleven local breast cancer survivors on a unique series of portraits, to debut in an exhibition at Race for the Cure at Seattle Center on Sunday, June 4.
Susan G. Komen Puget Sound has awarded $720,896 in grants to eight nonprofit, tribal and government agencies that provide vital services to families in need in 16 counties.
Komen Puget Sound benefactors and friends gathered at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel Seattle for the annual Grace Notes Gala on March 4, raising more than $800,000 to help women and families in Western Washington.
On our Facebook page in October, we shared the story of Van Berman, a sixth grader and field goal kicker for Snohomish Panthers Junior Football…..
Transgender men and gender non-conforming people in our region commonly delay or never seek preventive health care, Susan G. Komen Puget Sound announced today in a release of findings from its research on LGBTQ experiences with providers.