Celebrities we’re on point for #TutuTuesday in support of Susan G. Komen’s Race for The Cure. The race on September 8th in Central park, marks 28 years & over $80 million raised to fund local programs to help thousands of women and their families affected by breast cancer, and fund national research to find a cure.
Celebrities who participated in the campaign include Robert Irvine, Cliff Floyd, John Luke, Matty Rock, Logan Guleff, Mario Picazo, Alan Semsar, Nefertiti Jaquez, J. Sugar Kiper, Trish Regan Intel, Gerri Willis, Jeremy Palko, Kiersten Warren, Jo Stougaard, Larissa Dali, Marina Morgan, Red Tamsen, Al Levin, Brandon & James, Leslie Thurston, Josie Stevens, Duff Goldman, Matt Iseman, Dr. Brad McKay, Lou DiBella, Jackson Murphy, Cheri Ballinger, Josh Sabarra, Derrick Worsley, J. Louis Mills, Joel Hunt, Aubrey Miller, Alissa Chavez, Sandra Shaw, Tommy Geraci, Erin Mooney & many more. According to the Susan G. Komen website, Susan G. Komen Greater NYC was started in 1990, with their first Race in 1991. Since then, more than 400,000 men, women, and families have Raced for the Cure in Central Park. The nonprofit was founded in honor of Susan Komen who was diagnosed with breast cancer. So far the organization has invested $920,000,000 in research and $2,000,000,000 in local community grants.
To learn more about how you can help, click the link below!