Beverly Breast Cancer Walk (BBCW) is celebrating 20 years of service to the community, and we couldn’t be more excited! The outpouring of generosity from the BBCW community is amazing and we thank you for your unwavering support and generosity.
This year’s Beverly Breast Cancer Walk will be held on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12, 2019. We want to exceed our fundraising goal with the biggest and best walk in our 20-year history. With the support of teams and walkers like you, we know it is possible!
Thank you for joining us on this journey of care, support and hope this year, and for years to come.
20th annual logo wear available (10am-1pm) Mon-Fri in LCMH Foundation.
Over the past 19 years, the Beverly Breast Cancer Walk (BBCW) has raised more than $6 million to support Little Company of Mary Hospital’s award-winning Comprehensive Breast Health Center, impacting the lives of thousands of breast cancer survivors. With generous community support in 2018, the BBCW was able to sustain its funding of current breast health programming and continue deepening its impact with support of the BBCW Crisis Fund to assist LCMH breast cancer patients with emergent financial needs within our community. Additionally, a portion of the 2018 event proceeds continued to support our “sister-walk” partnership with the international organization, People Helping People, bringing much-needed diagnostic equipment, oncology supplies and medical services to breast cancer patients in poverty-stricken San Salvador, El Salvador.
The 2019 Beverly Breast Cancer Walk continues our commitment to further serving the needs of breast cancer patients and survivors in the Chicago Southland. We look forward to again welcoming over 14,000 walkers on Mother’s Day, May 12, 2019 for our 20th annual Walk. Our top funding priorities include: providing support to expand breast health programming at Little Company of Mary Hospital and assistance to those who may be in financial crisis during their treatment; funding for our “sister walk” bringing help to women with breast cancer in San Salvador; and empowering survivors to thrive.
Walk to show your support. Walk for someone you know. Walk with someone you love. Just walk!