Fundraising for Komen East TN
Planning a Fundraiser for Komen East TN
We are honored to be contacted by passionate members of our community wanting to organize an event or promotion benefiting Komen East TN.
Step 1: Read through our fundraising guidelines to assist you in planning your event or promotion.
Step 2: If after you’ve read the guidelines, you are interested in entering into an agreement with the Komen East TN, complete the Third Party Application.
Step 3: Still have questions? Contact:
All 3rd party fundraisers are reviewed on an individual basis. Depending on the time of year, it may take up to 72 hours before you hear from Komen East TN. Please note that you may not begin promoting your event until you have a signed agreement.
If you determine that the size of your event does not warrant the effort to follow these guidelines, there are three other ways to support Komen East TN:
Option 1: You may want to consider not using the Komen East TN name/logo and instead making a general statement that the funds raised will go to a local breast health organization or breast cancer research and support. We would be honored to receive funds raised and would give public recognition for your donation.
Option 2: Rally for the Cure® has expanded their well-established golf program to other events. You can now plan a Rally for the Cure® program for sporting events like golf and tennis, dinner events such as wine-tasting or group/club activities such as a bridge or book clubs. Learn how you can become a Rally Ambassador.
Option 3: You can always create a Knoxville or Tri-Cities Race for the Cure team and raise funds as a part of that team.
Tri-Cities’ registration opens each year at February 1. As a team in the Tri-Cities Race for the Cure, you will be part of 1,000’s of folks at Memorial Park celebrating survivors, remembering those whom we have lost, and fighting to help those currently battling.
Knoxville’s registration opens each year on June 1. As a team in the Knoxville Race for the Cure, you will be part of nearly 10,000 folks at World’s Fair Park celebrating survivors, remembering those whom we have lost, and fighting to help those currently battling.