Click on the video to hear Brooke and Jubal, longtime supporters of Susan G. Komen Puget Sound, describe how the XFINITY registration match will work to support breast cancer research.
Susan G. Komen Puget Sound announced today a partnership through which Comcast is matching Race for the Cure registration fees and donations up to $35 for those who sign up in person at participating XFINITY retail stores in Washington State.
To double their donations, participants can head to their nearest XFINITY retail store and look for the pink iPad display. Race registrations will be accepted and matched at XFINITY stores through Friday, June 5 and donations through Race day – Sunday, June 7.
Comcast has committed to support the matching campaign up to $25,000. The company will match one registration fee or donation per participant.
Race for the Cure starts at 8 a.m. on June 7 at Seattle Center. This year’s Race – the 22nd annual – includes events for walkers, runners, families and breast cancer survivors.
“We are thrilled that our longtime supporter Comcast has deepened its commitment to fighting breast cancer and to our communities in need,” said David Richart, Executive Director of Komen Puget Sound. Race for the Cure is Komen Puget Sound’s single largest fundraiser; donations are invested in breast cancer research and local grants that provide breast cancer early detection screenings and education, patient navigation and support to those in need.
“Employees throughout Comcast participated in the Race for the Cure for years, and it’s exciting to take this support to a new level. I can’t think of anyone at Comcast who hasn’t been touched in some way by breast cancer through personal experience or family and friends. We are excited to partner with the Susan G. Komen Puget Sound and be a part of the solution to end breast cancer,” said Steve Kipp, Vice President of External Affairs for Comcast.
Washington State has the 5th highest breast cancer incidence rate in the U.S., according to a 2015 American Cancer Society survey. Breast cancer affects women and men across regions, ethnicities, and ages. In 2015, there are expected to be nearly 295,000 new breast cancer cases and over 40,000 deaths in the United States.
The hashtag for the campaign is #ComcastGoesPink. For information about the campaign, visit: www.KomenPugetSound.org/ComcastMatch. For more information, please contact Komen Puget Sound at (206) 633-0303 or email: email@example.com.
Comcast will match registration fees and donations up to $35/per applicable, non-duplicated 2015 Race for the Cure registrant during the promotional period. Restrictions apply.
Below is a list of participating stores. A person can quickly find the closest store through http://customer.comcast.com/service-center-locations . Please note that Comcast service centers, call centers, and administrative offices are not Race for the Cure sign-up matching sites.
Aberdeen: 600 W Wishkah St.
Auburn: 1186 Outlet Collection Dr.
Bellevue/Factoria: 3630 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellingham: 400 Sequoia Drive
Bremerton: 1225 Sylvan Way
Burlington: 717 Bennett Road
Everett: 7725 Evergreen Way
Federal Way: 31423 Pacific Highway South
Lynnwood: 3105 Alderwood Mall Blvd.
Olympia: 440 Yauger Way SW
Puyallup: 5614 176th St. E.
Redmond: 8900 161st Ave. NE
Seattle: 12645 Stone Ave. N.
Spokane: 4423 North Division St.
Tacoma: 5935 6th Avenue
About Susan G. Komen ® Puget Sound
Susan G. Komen Puget Sound was founded by local volunteers in 1993. Through the community’s generosity, Komen Puget Sound has given more than $28.6 million to fund breast cancer screenings, patient support and medical research to find a cure, helping tens of thousands of low-income women receive services critical to early detection and survival. To learn more about Komen Puget Sound, please visit www.komenpugetsound.org or follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/KomenPugetSound), Twitter (@KomenPugetSound) or Instagram (instagram.com/komenpugetsound).