What is Mother’s Day Your Way?
Choose an Activity. Honor Every Mom. Finish Breast Cancer.
DONNA Mother’s Day Your Way, now with an in-person 5K, joined the DONNA Signature Event lineup in 2021. The last event of the DONNA Fearless Series, Mother’s Day Your Way invites athletes to finish breast cancer in your own, favorite way with virtual options for participation “Your Way” or joining us for a fun 5K from the Historic Friday Musicale in the Riverside area of Jacksonville, Florida.
DONNA Mother’s Day Your Way, including a 5K, and all of the events of the DONNA Fearless Series will return with live, in-person events and we cannot wait to enjoy them. Together. Registration opens July 15, 2021. More details to come. Please check back with us. #RunDONNA #DONNATogether
Our goal this Mother’s Day is to encourage mothers to take time for themselves. As a mom of two grown children, I know how many roles mothers plan in their families’ lives – and how important it is to dedicate time to your physical and mental health. Whether you want to go on a family outing or do something special for yourself, we hope you’ll celebrate this Mother’s Day by doing what makes you happy. – Donna Deegan, Founder of The DONNA Foundation
As with all DONNA Signature Events, this event benefits the important programs of The DONNA Foundation.
The DONNA Foundation was established in June of 2003 by three-time breast cancer survivor and award-winning journalist Donna Deegan to meet the critical financial needs of the underserved living with breast cancer. Our mission is to provide financial assistance and support to individuals living with breast cancer and fund groundbreaking breast cancer research. To date, the DONNA Foundation has served more than 14,000 families, securing more than $550,000 in financial services and debt relief each year. The organization has also disbursed more than $3 million to develop and maintain the Mayo Clinic Translational Genomics Program. The organization also operates events and programs for survivorship, education and awareness. For more information, visit www.TheDONNAFoundation.org.