The Woodlands Runs for a Cause in The Pink 5K

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The Pink 5K took place at Rob Fleming Park in The Woodlands on Saturday, May 13 for its fourth consecutive year to benefit The Breast Cancer Charities of America.

Presented by Terramont Orthodontics, the participants arrived sporting their official Pink 5K hot pink shirts, tutus, and fun costumes to raise awareness for breast cancer and funds during Mother’s Day weekend. Supporters could register individually or as a team for the family friendly fun run and walk to benefit The Breast Cancer Charities of America’s programs. Strollers and dogs were welcome as the community showed their support and joined in on the fun – plus to honor the women in their lives.

The race began at 8:30 am, participants excitedly ran and walked together from start to finish, family and friends cheered from the sidelines with bright and colorful signs, and each participant received a customized medal at the finish line.

The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) is a non-profit organization with new global headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas. BCCA is dedicated to educating and empowering women to prevent and survive breast cancer. Through their numerous program services and resources, BCCA is able to partner with over 450 hospitals nationwide to serve women. Learn more at

Proceeds from The Pink 5k will go to help the charity’s mission to eliminate breast cancer as a life-threatening illness and to directly help women to prevent & survive breast cancer through their program services.

To learn more about The Pink 5K or The Breast Cancer Charities of America, visit

View more photos and videos from the event on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page!