For the Cure
Think pink in October.
Houston BCycle and Susan G. Komen Houston have teamed up for "Pedal for the Cure," which runs through April.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Grammy-winning musician headlined the 17th annual Nancy Owens Breast Cancer Foundation Luncheon, which raised $100,000 for research.
Last week's richly cultural runway show benefited The Rose and the Alliance for Multicultural Community Services.
Dinner and a fashion show celebrated the launch of Got Boobs?, a platform that helps breast cancer fighters and survivors.
Be pretty in pink—while also supporting a good cause.
Save the Ta-Tas
You can further support the cause at this year's Race for a Cure on October 6—early bird registration ends July 31.
Among the annual 5K participants: a 25-year-old survivor.
The Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation hosts its annual "Swing for the Cure" benefitting breast cancer research.
Paul Belsome IV
Racing for a cure is more than just a walk in the park for this survivor.
Benefiting the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation
Charitable Houstonians gathered for lunch with Joan Rivers at the Susan G. Komen Impact Awards Luncheon.