28 Sep

100 Miles to End Breast Cancer

Every year, October turns all things pink in an effort to bring awareness to more than 2.8 million women who have had a history with breast cancer in the United States.

Join us as we commit to walk, run, and bike 100 miles from October 1st - 31st to support those affected, as well as preventing this deadly disease from spreading to those who we care about most.

Who can participate?

  • All actives, associates, alumnae, affiliates, and affiliate alumnae are invited to participate!

Why should I participate?

  • To decrease your chance of breast cancer; women who exercise regularly reduce their risk of breast cancer
  • To raise Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October
  • To fundraise among family and friends for a worthy cause
  • You could win some fun prizes (e.g. top fundraiser, most miles ran/walked/biked, and chapter with the most participants). Prizes will only be awarded to registered sisters

I’m in! How do I register?

  1. Join the pink crowd: Complete the quick registration form
  2. Download the Endomondo app and create a login (or track your miles manually)
  3. Within a few hours, you will receive an Endomondo challenge invitation in your email inbox
  4. Go the extra mile & collect donations for Avon. Highest fundraiser receives a prize!

Share your 100 mile journey!

  • Use the hashtag #100miles and #aKDPhiBCA so we can easily find you and watch you strut your stuff.*
  • Tag alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. and alpha Kappa Delta Phi National Alumnae Association in your Facebook posts.*
  • Tag @akdphi and @akdphiNAA in your Instagram and Twitter posts.*

If you have any questions, please contact our NAB Events Manager, Michelle Wong, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*All tagged photos and videos are subject to re-post on our National social media sites.

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