Team registration has ended! Please note two upcoming deadlines:
NOTE: Gifts are given to the first 325 breast cancer survivors who register. As of Oct. 3, all survivor gifts have been claimed.
We hope you can join us for the 16th annual Liz Hurley Ribbon Run and Survivors' Walk on Saturday, October 19!
The Liz Hurley Ribbon Run is North Alabama’s largest 5K race with 6,500 runners and walkers. Event proceeds benefit the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund at Huntsville Hospital Foundation, providing the latest in cutting-edge diagnostic technology for the Huntsville Hospital and Madison Hospital Breast Centers.
October 19 Run of Show
8 a.m.: Survivors’ Walk in honor of our survivors’ registered for the Survivors’ Walk & 5K. Join us to cheer on local breast cancer survivors as we celebrate them!
8:30 a.m.: 5K race
10 a.m.: Runner awards
The 5K course will take runners through beautiful downtown Huntsville, including the Twickenham and Old Town Historic Districts. The race starts at the corner of Lowe Avenue and Adams Street, and ends at Huntsville Junior High School.
Proceeds from the 2019 Liz Hurley Ribbon Run will enable the Foundation to purchase a new 3D tomosynthesis mammography machine for not-for-profit Madison Hospital Breast Center, making breast cancer easier to detect, particularly in dense breast tissue.
The Huntsville Hospital Breast Center is now fully 3D capable thanks to previous Ribbon Run proceeds!
Huntsville Hospital is a not-for-profit regional hospital that receives no tax support. Your support truly matters and makes a difference for patients!
Thanks to generous supporters of the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund at Huntsville Hospital Foundation, almost $5.4 million has been raised to support breast cancer awareness programs and to equip Huntsville Hospital and Madison Hospital Breast Centers with the latest diagnostic technology.
WAFF 48 news anchor Liz Hurley created the fund in 1999 following her own fight against breast cancer. The Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund exists to give women the best chance for early detection and survival. Every runner plays a role in ensuring we can meet this goal.