Benefiting Huntsville and Madison Hospital Breast Centers

VIRTUAL RUN
October 16, 2021

Registration is now live for the 2021 Virtual Liz Hurley Ribbon Run! The annual 5K race has boasted a sell-out crowd of 6,500 runners in recent years, and now anyone can safely participate from their neighborhood, favorite trail or a treadmill thanks to the virtual format.

Here’s how it works:

  • Register as an individual or form a team. Registration ends Thursday, October 14, at 11 a.m.
  • Help raise funds and awareness through your own personal fundraising page. Every dollar makes an impact.
  • Choose a day before Saturday, October 16, to complete your 5K. You can run or walk any route, use a stopwatch or fitness tracker to time your run, and log your final results through the race site.
  • Pick up your 2021 Liz Hurley Ribbon Run T-shirt at the Huntsville Fleet Feet Sports on October 13 or 14.
  • On Saturday, October 16, top finishers will be announced on the Huntsville Hospital Foundation Facebook page.

Ribbon Run proceeds help ensure our region has access to the latest diagnostic technology through the Breast Centers at not-for-profit Huntsville Hospital and Madison Hospital. The 2021 event will provide two software upgrades for screening mammography machines. This upgraded technology means higher-resolution images, improved cancer detection and a likely decrease in the number of false positive examinations.

Every mile and every dollar makes a difference, no matter where you are.

Founding Sponsor

    Presenting Sponsors

      2020 IMPACT

      2.500
      Runners

      $277,000 in net proceeds contributed to new state-of-the-art 3D mammography + biopsy equipment for Huntsville Hospital Breast Center

      "When I went to the Surviving and Thriving program, none of us in that room had the same type of breast cancer; none of us had the same treatment. But, we had all heard those three scary words – ‘you have cancer.’ When I asked where the funds for the program came from, and they said the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund, I was so thankful to see the positive and tangible impact of the Ribbon Run. Every penny stays here and goes to the front lines of the fight. I owe this fund my life."
      Annette McAdams, 5-year breast cancer survivor, Liz Hurley Ribbon Run co-chairman


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