HOM Teal Strides for Ovarian Cancer

Saturday, September 6, 2014

7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. — Rosland Park, Edina

4300 W 66th Street — Edina, MN (see map)

For the past 14 years, the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance’s signature event has been our Silent No More Walk/Run held each September. Now, as we celebrate the 15th year of this inspirational event, we’re officially breaking the silence on this disease with an updated event name!

We’re excited to announce the new name of our annual walk/run: HOM Teal Strides for Ovarian Cancer. We are truly silent no more – as we’re making strides against this disease for the 15th year in a row. The name may be new, but the wonderful event you’ve come to expect remains the same. And we’re thrilled that HOM Furniture will once again return as our title sponsor.

Each year, thousands turn up at Rosland Park in Edina to raise funds for ovarian cancer research, raise awareness and education of the disease, and give support and hope to women and their families touched by ovarian cancer.

Last year was our biggest event ever with 3,400 participants, 100+ teams and $287,000 raised for research and programs! But we have so much more to accomplish, which is why we’ve got a goal to make this year’s event our most successful to date!

This event includes a 5K run or 2K walk around Edina’s Lake Cornelia, a Kids’ Fun Run, an engaging program, our annual group survivor photo, and more. This year, we’ll be introducing a new costume contest, so be sure to come in your best costume or the most teal for a chance to win MOCA Store Credits!

We encourage you to register, form a team and fundraise to make a difference with us as we make Teal Strides against ovarian cancer!

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Day of information

Schedule | Race Route Map | Incentives

Registration & Fundraising Tools

Step by Step Online Registration Guide | Team Registration Guide | Fundraising Tool Kit  | Team Captain Guide | Goal Poster | Walk/Run FAQs

Survivor Stories

I want to encourage other survivors to find inner tools that can create new possibilities for themselves despite the disease.

Ovarian cancer survivors share their stories, because no one should have to face this disease alone.
Read their stories here »