Raise Awareness with these Chicago and Suburban Events
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show your support with a pop of pink and attend any of these Chicago land event to help promote the fight against breast cancer!
Join others in the fight against breast cancer and participate in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Chicago. The event is a celebration of breast cancer survivors and includes a 5K walk at Soldier Field. Get your friends together and join over 2,400 participants and 400 teams to help raise money against breast cancer. Only a 6 minute drive from the Vue20 location.
Battle breast cancer by getting intimate – visit the hot pink bra sculpture in Pioneer Court! The 16 foot bra sculpture supports the fight against breast cancer by reminding women to get tested early. The statue is funded by Advocate Health Care’s breast cancer promotion Stories of the Girls. Only a 7 minute drive from State and Chestnut location.
Even enjoying a night out is a way to raise breast cancer awareness. Visit The Stretch in Wrigleyville for their Strike Out Cancer event on Oct. 22. The event will include a drink package, dessert, buffet and a raffle. All proceeds benefit the Lynn Sage and Anthony Rizzo foundation. The restaurant is only a 14 minute car ride from The Belden Stratford.
Ride to help raise money and awareness! Join the 9th Annual Trek Breast Cancer Awareness Ride in Naperville on Oct. 12. The event features a 10 and 25 mile route and participants can compete alone or as part of a team. Remember to bring your helmet! Only an 11 minute drive from the AMLI at Naperville location.