Layla and Alicia Fox join the 2013 Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure: Photos
WWE is helping Susan G. Komen for the Cure support the fight against breast cancer.
Komen and WWE have partnered for an awareness campaign, “Make Mom Proud,” to support the fight against breast cancer.
At the national Global Race for the Cure in Washington D.C., Layla and Alicia Fox are supporting the fight against breast cancer in the D.C. Metro Area.
The “Make Mom Proud” initiative, which coincides with Mother’s Day, calls on the WWE Universe to do something meaningful for their moms and the other important women in their lives.
The WWE Divas lead the group stretch prior to the run.
Komen is the world's largest breast cancer organization and the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer with more than $1.9 billion invested to date.
Up to 75 percent of the Komen Global Race for the Cure's net income stays in the Washington, D.C. area to fund breast cancer screening, treatment and education programs through the National Capital Area Grant Program.
WWE employees volunteer to help support the fight against breast cancer in WWE’s home state at the Susan G. Komen Westport Race for the Cure.
All funds donated to Komen Connecticut support research and local breast cancer education, screening and treatment programs for women in Connecticut.
Connecticut has the second highest incidence of breast cancer in the United States.
Runners of all ages do their part.
WWE employees are all about giving back at the Susan G. Komen Westport Race for the Cure.
The event brought families together for an important cause.
WWE and Komen encourage the WWE Universe to help at komen.org/wwe.