Benefiting Huntsville and Madison Hospital Breast Centers

Virtual Ribbon Run | October 2020

Ribbon Run is going virtual for 2020!  Lace up your running shoes and run outside, hop on the treadmill or head to your favorite trail. Our event will look different this year, but one thing hasn’t changed: patients at the Breast Center at Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children still need our help. We are counting on you to run with Liz! 

Here's how it will work:

  • Join as an individual or form a team and help us raise funds to provide the latest in cutting-edge diagnostic technology with your own personal fundraising page.
  • Celebrate your fundraising success by getting outside and finishing your 5K! Choose a day between September 28 and October 15 to run your race. 
  • You’ll choose your own route, use a stopwatch or fitness tracker to time your run, and log your final results with us.
  • Send us selfies and videos of your route! Tag us at @huntsvillehospitalfoundation, and use the hashtag #runwithLiz so that we can see where the Ribbon Run is taking you this year.
  • On Saturday, October 17, we will announce the top finishers live on our Facebook page!

Registration is now closed. Thank you to everyone who registered!

Because a public luminary display is not possible this year, we hope you will show your support by purchasing a yard sign in memory or in honor of a friend or loved one! 


The Liz Hurley Ribbon Run is North Alabama’s largest 5K race with 6,500 runners and walkers. Event proceeds benefit the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund, providing the latest in cutting-edge diagnostic technology for the Huntsville Hospital and Madison Hospital Breast Centers.



Breast Cancer Survivors


A record $417,000 in net proceeds purchased a new 3D tomosynthesis machine for Madison 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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