Houlihan Lawrence has been supporting the fight against breast cancer for over 13 years now. Each Fall we gather together our friends, families and co-workers to walk in one or more of three area walks that raise money to help create awareness, provide services to those battling the disease and to ultimately find a cure.
Breast cancer strikes all of us in some way, shape or form in our lives – whether it’s one of us, a relative, friend, co-worker or neighbor. Money raised from these walks helps every single one of us and those we love whether we realize it or not.
Join us for one of the walks below. You'll find a large group from Houlihan Lawrence at each one:
September 27th, 2009: Miles of Hope Walk
9:00am at the James Baird State Park, Pleasant Valley, NY
October 4th, 2009: Support Connection Walk
9:00am at FDR Park in Yorktown Heights, NY
October 18th, 2009: American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
9:00 am at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY.
I walk because I am passionate about the cause. I dream of the day that there will be a cure. I find it inspiring to spend the morning walking with friends, supporting one another and counting our blessings. Breast cancer has struck several friends and relatives of mine over the years. I walk in honor of my survivor friends like Kate (cancer free almost 10 years) and in memory of those that have passed.
Do you have a story you'd like to share about why you walk?