2 Days. 30 Miles.

September 29-30, 2018

It's The Journey 2017 Grantees

What’s Raised in Georgia Stays in Georgia
Never will you take steps that go as far as the steps you’ll take in the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer. Join us as we raise money for breast health and breast cancer programs that focus on screening, diagnostics, genetic counseling and testing, support services, and research in Georgia!

The Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer is September 29-30, 2018

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2 Days. 30 Miles.

Who will you walk for in 2018? A friend? A loved one? Someone you don’t even know? Every walker has a purpose. Every walker has a reason. No matter what — or who — your reason, please join us.

What’s Raised in Georgia Stays in Georgia.

This 30 mile, 2-Day Walk is the flagship event of It’s The Journey, Inc.

Support

Survivors. Family members. Friends. We all come together – in a wave of pink – to bring research, awareness and care to our state. The steps we take benefit over 100,000 Georgians each year.

Join Us!

The Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer has raised $13 million to fund 298 grants that provide breast cancer education, screening, early detection, support services, and continuing care for Georgians.

Our Sponsors

2 Days. 30 Miles.
Walk. Sponsor. Volunteer.

Upcoming Events

Training, fundraising, volunteering and other events are happening throughout the year.
Be sure to visit our calendar page regularly to view a complete listing and submit your team events.

Recent Blog Posts

Find the latest news and helpful tips from the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer.

Introducing the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer

After 15 amazing years as the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer, we are proud to announce that henceforth, we will be known as the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer. While we may walk in Atlanta, the money raised by the 2-Day goes to breast health and breast...

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Suggested Training Schedule and Tips

1. Before beginning any training work out, check with your doctor.
2. Start your training schedule with the focus on time and not miles.
3. Start with a 15 minute walk, 2 – 3 times a week.

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