Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - National Partnership
Siemens is partnering with the American Cancer Society to support its Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program with walk events across the country. This is a fundraising, advocacy, and education initiative to help fight breast cancer through employee and corporate support.
What is Making Strides Against Breast Cancer?
Making Strides is the American Cancer Society’s premier national event to help fight breast cancer.
What is the National Partners Program?
The National Partners Program is a new program designed by ACS to recognize volunteerism and philanthropy in the business community and to support and further develop corporate involvement in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer nationwide.
What is the intent of the partnership?
The goal of the partnership is to raise awareness and support for the American Cancer Society through the involvement of Siemens employees and Siemens innovations in breast care solutions. Siemens supports the American Cancer Society's mission create a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
How will Siemens support the American Cancer Society?
This is the third year that Siemens is a national partner with the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walks
Together with Siemens contributions, Siemens employees raised over $500,000 since joining the national partners program.
We are up for the challenge and we know that this year we can do even more!
Siemens will encourage employees, friends and family participation in walks across the country. Those walking for ‘Team Siemens’ will be provided with Siemens Caring Hands T-shirts. We will sponsor Siemens corporate teams in 10 major cities across the US. Find out where and when we are walking on our Siemens walk teams and locations page.
Siemens is helping detect, diagnose and treat breast cancer earlier, faster, and with greater precision than ever with our breast care solutions. Siemens continues to develop innovative and effective technologies to detect and treat breast cancer.