Making Strides Pacesetters
Raise $2,500 or more to become a Pacesetter.
To be recognized as a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Pacesetter means that your are among the American Cancer Society's most valuable partners in the effort to save lives from breast cancer. For your efforts, you'll receive year-round recognition, invitations to events, and a special gift.
Here's how to get started:
- Sign up for your local Making Strides event if you have not already done s.o
- Set your individual fundraising goal at $2,500 or higher.
- Send emails to friends, family, and coworkers asking them to donate.
- Host an event. Invite neighbors, coworkers, and friends to participate and donate.
- Double your money with matching gifts.
Peter Bradley, Catherine DeLuca, Karen Frewert, Josh Koelsch, Debbie Lipman, Alyssa Meyer, Michelle Rolnick, Steve Russell & Lisa Sims
Thank you to the 2016 Pacesetters (in alphabetical order):
Robert Abballe, Catherine Acquavella, Tom Aiello, Elsa Aleman, Michael Amoroso, Wendy Anderson, Melina Angelson, Joanne Antun, Toni Aspinall-Daley, Kacey Belair, Laruen Borowka, Peter Bradley, Stacy Brennan, Lisa Brule, Tom Burke, Gina Cali, Theresa Camilleri, Diane Carew, Dolly Carrington-Archer, Camille Chinapen, Glen Christiansen, Jonathan Ciprian, Susan Cohen, Jo-Ann Commesso, Bette Ann Connelly, Catherine Cremmins, Beth Davis, Rosemarie Davitt, Louis DeBenedittis, Catherine DeLuca, Sue Devito, Sharon Dorros, Jackie Dour, Mavis Edme, Charles Ernst, Jackie Espejo, Michelle Fanwick, Jean Fitzpatrick, Jane Flinter, Nikolaos Galanis, Jay Glantz, Gail Glantz, Sheryl Gold, Michael Gold, Ellie Greenblatt, Rollin Haffer, Joseph Howell, Christine Iadevaio, Susan Jex, Michelle Jodice, Millie Jones, Tracy Kappenburg, Diane Katz, Deirdre Kenny, Sharon King, Josh Koelsch, Camron Lamantia, MArgie Lieberman, Min Lin, Dolores Lindgren, Debbie Lipman, Tammy Luby, Joani Madarash, Catherine Manzione, Sarah Marshall, Marie Marsilio, Nadira Martin, Renee Maynard, Fran Miller, Gehad Mohamed, Stephanie Moore, Nakeia Morris, Diane Mucci, Gloria Neglia, Stacey Nissenbaum, Josephine Noto, Darcy Novick, Leanne OBrien, Tim O'Brien, Jenna O'Neill, Jeanette Perez, Jennifer Popkin, Lesley Rechter, Kristine Recine, Anne Resnick, Diane Rolling, Rosemary Rott, Michelle Ruiz Andrews, Steven Russell, Margaret Soto, Nancy Scanlon, Lisa Schutzman, Maria Schwartz, Monica Shah, Lisa Shevrin, Randi Simon, Lisa Sims, Kim Spinello, Robin Steinberger, Barry Steinberger, Jeanne Surdo, Michelle Symes, Charlotte Taylor, Agata Tilli, Erick Torres, Maria Treglia-Scutellaro, Gail Vincent, Lori Vollmer, Marcie Vort, Catherine Walsh, Mary Walsh, Sharon Zelkind, Donna Zincone
Making Strides events also recognize teams that go above and beyond in their fundraising efforts. Any team that reaches or surpasses the $25,000 fundraising level becomes a Pacesetter Team and a member of the Pacesetter Teams Club. Qualifying teams receive special perks, including an award to display.
Local Pacesetter Teams
Come back soon to see our 2017 Pacesetter Teams!
Pacesetter Recognition Prizes
Prizes vary by year.
National Top Pacesetters
Would you like to lead the team or join the team?
This isn’t what I wanted.
Welcome to our Team Page. We’ve formed a team because this cause is important to us. We want to help. And walking and raising money in our local American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event is the best way we can do that. We all have different reasons for participating but we share a determination to help save lives from breast cancer.
There are so many ways that the money our team raises helps. It’s helping fund innovative research. It’s providing free information for people dealing with the disease. It’s providing rides to treatment and places to stay for people who have to seek treatment far from home. In short, our money is helping save lives. Consider donating to our team and helping advance the cause.
How We Support the American Cancer Society
Of course we walk in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. And we solicit donations from family, friends, and other supporters. But we also schedule fundraisers in lead-up to the big event. Bake-sales, car washes, and countless other types of events. And we promote those on social media, through Facebook and Twitter, by word of mouth, and through flyers at work and around the neighborhood. The success of fundraising events depends on two things - hard work and getting the word out. And we're out to do both. Keep an eye out for our fundraising events.
Join us. Donate today. Or walk with us.