2-Day Walk Blog

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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2-Day Generations: Lisa Marks

The theme for the 2017 Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer is “Generations.” As we get closer to the walk, we want to share the stories of the generations of women, men, parents, grandparents, and children who come together at the 2-Day to fight breast cancer in our communities. This week, 2-Day Walker Lisa Marks share her story.

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2017 Cheer Stations Are Here!

Cheering Stations for the 2017 Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer are here! Friends, family, and coworkers are invited to come out and encourage 2-Day Walkers at these designated areas. Bring signs, wear pink, and get ready to cheer!

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2-Day Walk Sorority Challenge

This year, in celebration of the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer's 15th anniversary and in recognition of the theme “Generations,” we are issuing a challenge for collegiate sorority women! We are challenging every single sorority chapter in the state of Georgia...

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2-Day Crew Story: Greg Gaugler

Eleven years of smiles, high fives, hugs, pink shirts, pink pants, pink hair, pink feathers, pink shoes, pink tutus, and eleven years of pink beards! In the eleven years that Greg Gaugler has served on crew for the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer, he has...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Online 2-Day Fundraising

There are lots of ways to get your friends to donate money to great causes these days, but when it comes to fundraising for the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer, we only want you to use one! Every single registered 2-Day Walker and Crew member has their very own...

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2-Day Fundraising Tip: Bracelet Sales

Our 2-Day rubber bracelets are the easiest fundraiser in the book! Popular with children and adults alike, these simple bracelets are easy to sell at ball games, at your 2-Day fundraising events, in front of the grocery story (ask permission first!), etc. You can...

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Get the 2-Day Walk Mobile App!

We have an app!! Download the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer App, and track your fundraising progress, send donation requests to your friends and family via email or social media, track your team's fundraising progress, and (this is the big one!) enter donations...

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Updating Your 2-Day Personal Fundraising Page

Did you know that every single 2-Day Walker and Crew Member has their own personal 2-Day Fundraising page? That page serves multiple purposes, including allowing you to send out donation requests, track your fundraising progress, communicate with your 2-Day Team...

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So you don’t have a 2-Day Team…

There are so many different ways to join the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer! For some people, joining an existing 2-Day walking team is an easy way to jump into the excitement, fundraising, and training portions of the 2-Day Walk. But what if you're a Rookie and...

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2-Day Team Story: Country Girls CAN CERvive

Today's 2-Day Team Story comes from 2-Day Team Captain Maggie Barrineau, a member of Country Girls CAN CERvive: I suppose you could say Country Girls CAN CERvive began on a cold January day in 2009 when we got the news that Teresa had breast cancer. What do you do...

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2016 Cheer Stations are here!

Cheering Stations for the 2016 Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer are here! Friends, family, and coworkers are invited to come out and encourage 2-Day Walkers at these designated areas. Bring signs, wear pink, and get ready to cheer! Click Here to Download a Copy of...

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Teenage Son Spends Birthday Raising Money for Breast Cancer

Teenage boys aren’t always known for wanting to spend time with their moms, but Dylan Graff isn’t your average 13 year old boy. Dylan is spending his upcoming 14th birthday on October 16th walking in the 2016 Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer with his mom, Kim. In...

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Join Siggers Hairdressers for the 2016 Cut for the Cure!

Join It's The Journey and Siggers Hairdressers for the 2016 Cut for the Cure from 12pm-5pm on Sunday, September 25th! $55 for a cut and style, plus raffles! To make your appointment, call 770.491.0800. All proceeds go to support It's The Journey! Siggers Hairdressers...

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