Here's How You Can Join Us!

Join the 689 Moving Metro Team as we participate in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk! 

When: October 20, 2018

Where: Tidal Basin - Washington, D.C.

Time: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Interested? Text 689Wellness to 797979 or email: wellness@tehw.org for more info by October 5th.

Every year, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events unite communities with a shared determination to save lives from breast cancer - all while raising money to help the American Cancer Society fight breast cancer through research and early detection. Every event is an inspiring opportunity to honor breast cancer survivors and to ensure that no one with this disease ever has to walk alone.

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