Susan G. Komen Orange Area respected 27 remarkable Race for the Cure groups at its 2015 Group Chief Festival on Nov. 19 in Newport Shoreline. Bunches involved partnerships, philanthropies and loved ones, joined in festivity of their fruitful gathering pledges endeavors – which upheld the almost $1.5 million raised for the not-for-profit – and a typical vision: a world without bosom malignancy. Groups were regarded in seven classes in view of size and sort.
“Komen Orange District would not have the capacity to complete the work we manage without the raising money endeavors of our committed supporters,” said Stacy Davis, break official executive of Komen Orange Region. “With the diligent work of Race for the Cure groups and their enthusiastic chiefs, we can proceed with mission-driven activities, which incorporate giving basic bosom wellbeing administrations and training to our group.”
Honors were displayed to the accompanying:
? Perpetual Trophy: Dana West Yacht Club Shipmates – This honor was given to the group that raised the most cash at the current year’s Race for the Cure. Dana West Yacht Club Shipmates of 27 individuals raised more than $26,000. A 10-year supporter of Race for the Cure, Dana West Yacht Club has raised almost $180,000.
? Rookie of the Year Grant Supported by Blessed messengers Baseball: OC All-Stars – This honor was given to the new Race for the Cure group that raised the most cash. OC All-Stars was comprised of 107 colleagues who raised almost $15,000. The gathering was driven by group chief Kari Webster.
? Largest Race Group: First American’s Watching over our group – Another unwavering supporter and patron of Komen Orange Region’s Race, First American’s Looking after our Group was regarded for being the biggest Race for the Cure group with 368 colleagues. The group was driven by bosom disease survivor Stephanie Hathaway.
544 groups partook at the 2015 Race for the Cure. Among the main 25 groups, gatherings were perceived for their diligent work and commitment to raising assets for Komen OC in the accompanying classes:
? Top 3 Extensive Corporate Groups – First American’s Looking after our group took the top spot in the substantial corporate group classification, and raised about $24,000. Group Experian positioned second with a group gathering pledges aggregate of almost $22,000, trailed by Creation Bank’s Group Leanne with $21,000 raised for bosom malignancy research and instruction.
? Top 3 Little Corporate Groups – For the fourth year in succession, Dana West Yacht Club Shipmates got in front of the rest of the competition. OC All-Stars came in second and Greenberg Traurig LLP arrived in third with almost $3,000 raised.
? Top 3 Philanthropic Groups – Coming in the lead position in the charitable class was Hoag, raising more than $23,000. Group Think Pink Inc. raised more than $15,000 for second place and in third was Group OCO with more than $5,000 raised.
? Top 3 Loved ones Groups – Komen Cures raised about $25,000 and won in front of the pack in this classification. Sound Hooters came in second place with more than $13,000 raised, and Group Stockpiling Arrangement was in third with more than $11,000 raised.
At the occasion, group commanders, co-chiefs and their loved ones joined Komen OC to salute their endeavors in raising assets for the 2015 Race for the Cure, and prepare supporters to join the battle against bosom growth. For a total rundown of top Race groups, visit komenoc.org/2015TopRaceTeams.
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