Our mission is to ensure that no one faces breast cancer alone.
SOS has been guiding survivors while becoming thrivers since 1991.

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    Save Ourselves Breast Cancer Organization

    Guiding Survivors To Become Thrivers Since 1991

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    Save Ourselves (SOS) does not merely promote breast health awareness...

    ..it is a ribbon of volunteers, "Survivors turned Thrivers" helping one another through the challenges and changes of breast cancer. It is a ribbon of support winding through the families and workplaces of our Sacramento community.

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3rd Annual Walk for Breast Health

walking-registerSave Ourselves invites you to our 3rd Annual Walk for Breast Health on Saturday, April 12th, 9AM along the American River at Watt Avenue Access on La Riviera Drive in Sacramento. Your choice of a 4.2 mile loop trail or a 2 mile out and back trail. Click here for on-line registration and to pay via Paypal, or you can print the registration form and mail it with your check to:

Save Ourselves Breast Cancer Organization
4300 Auburn Blvd., Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95841
  Registration Fee:
$35 (thru 4/11/14) $40 (Walk Day)

With registration, you will receive a special gift on the day of the Walk at Check-In, which will be from 8-8:45 a.m. You will also receive 1 free prize ticket, and the opportunity to purchase additional tickets for a chance to win some of our fantastic prizes. (need not be present to win) We also are offering gift cards from some fabulous businesses in the Sacramento area for the top 2 Fundraisers. Click below for the fundraising form and to start fundraising today!

The walk promises to be a morning filled with lots of fun activities from start to finish! Zumba to get everyone warmed up, great prizes, beautiful scenery,and a special performance by Placer Ume Taiko drummers. Register early to ensure your spot. We're looking forward to seeing you there!

Funds raised by this Walk allow us to continue to provide
support services and educational programs free of charge.

Questions? Call (916) 786-HOPE (4673).