A few words from CEO Mitch Smith and President Russ Hazzard
For 18 years, we’ve come together as a community to help support those affected by breast cancer. This year might be different, but our mission remains the same.
Join us in the fight against breast cancer
Donations are now closed
Thank you to everyone who participated in our virtual donation event! Our donation form is now closed, but if you would still like to make a donation please contact us!
Thank you to our donors
Our stories define us
“Continued support of Susan G. Komen and its community outreach remains central to who we are at MG2.” Continue reading story
“It is more than a golf tournament and fund-raising event. It highlights the need to provide funding for life-saving detection and treatment.” Continue reading story
“Every dollar you give matters – and is deeply appreciated. The breast cancer community needs all of us, especially right now.” Continue reading story
“Everyone I know has been affected by this disease in some form or fashion. They either know someone who has battled, possibly still battling, or even someone that has lost the battle to this terrible disease.” Continue reading story
“I lost a very close friend to breast cancer at the tender age of 34. She left behind a husband, and 2 small children ages 3 and 5. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think about her, and I miss her so much.” Continue reading story
“It was terrible experience to go through alone. We made a decision to support Susan G. Komen so that others might not have to lose a loved one, family member, or friend to breast cancer.” Continue watching story
It isn’t often that we have the opportunity to get together with friends, colleagues, and clients to raise money for a wonderful cause so we will miss you all at Inglewood and the Swing for the Cure tournament this year. We hope in the coming months that you prosper, stay safe, are able to spend time with your families and loved ones, and that you look forward to joining us again in a friendly game of golf in 2021.
Continued support of Susan G. Komen and its community outreach remains central to who we are at MG2. Please consider a generous donation this year.
It has been a privilege and special experience being associated with the Swing for the Cure event every year since its inception. It is more than a golf tournament and fund-raising event. It highlights the need to provide funding for life-saving detection and treatment.
The dedication of Jerry and Char to this important purpose has inspired me and many others from across the country and beyond to support the event with our time, talents, and resources. The entire MG2 team is engaged every year to ensure its success.
It truly is a blessing to be involved in this worthy cause.
On behalf of the Komen Puget Sound board, staff, and the community we serve, I want to thank you for all you have helped us do over the past 18 years.
Because of you and the $1.6M you have raised, Komen Puget Sound has helped make information, screening, and treatment more accessible throughout the region, funded the patient navigators who make it all less lonely and scary, and invested in the cutting-edge research that gives us better treatments and increasing hope for a cure. We have also fought for health access and equity for our higher-risk Black, Latinx, Asian, LGBTQ+, undocumented, and Indigenous communities.
Every dollar you give matters – and is deeply appreciated. The breast cancer community needs all of us, especially right now.
Thank you, MG2, for everything. You are a true community partner. And thank you to all of you for supporting Komen Puget Sound and the breast cancer community.
Being a Swing for the Cure volunteer for many years, I have seen how passionate MG2 and friends are about supporting early detection, treatment, education, and finding a cure for breast cancer.
Everyone I know has been affected by this disease in some form or fashion. They either know someone who has battled, possibly still battling, or even someone that has lost the battle to this terrible disease.
But I also know individuals that have beat it! And to me, that is a true reflection of how our dollars are helping and how the treatments are working, so for those reasons, I hope you will support.
Although I’ll miss seeing your faces and your embracing hugs, I look forward to connecting with you virtually, because even during these uncertain times, the fight must go on! And together, we can still make a difference!
Even in these trying times of Covid 19, breast cancer doesn’t social distance. It has no boundaries of who it effects; our mothers, sisters, aunts, daughters, children, and friends. Breast cancer is relentless, effecting the lives of those we love and cherish.
I lost a very close friend to breast cancer at the tender age of 34. She left behind a husband, and 2 small children ages 3 and 5. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think about her, and I miss her so much.
Today, I hope you will consider donating to Susan G. Komen. With your support we can help continue the fight by providing mammograms and resources, and continue testing to one day, find a cure for this terrible disease.
Thank you so much!