Are there any restrictions on what I can do to raise money?
The fundraising minimum per participant per event allows Susan G. Komen Marathon for the Cure® to raise as much money as possible for breast cancer research, education and community outreach programs. Komen Marathon for the Cure provides tools and suggested techniques to help you achieve your fundraising goals. When implementing any of these techniques or pursuing alternate methods of fundraising, it is imperative that you adhere to the following guidelines in order to maintain the integrity of the Marathon for the Cure program and provide your potential donors with the confidence that their money will be put to good use in the fight against breast cancer:
Can I get a copy of the Komen logo to use on my materials?
The Susan G. Komen® trademarked logo is the property of Komen. Because of legal restrictions, participants may only use the special Marathon for the Cure participant logo we provide. The special Marathon for the Cure participant logo is provided for the appropriate personal use of Marathon for the Cure participants only. It may not be used on any merchandise meant for sale. Examples of appropriate uses of this logo are: on your personal website or social networking page, in fundraising letters or emails, on T-shirts or banners for your personal use or for your team. You may not use any other logo, phrase, name or mark of Komen or the Marathon for the Cure, including the Komen running ribbon. Komen reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse participation to anyone at any time before or during a Marathon for the Cure event, including without limitation on the basis of such participant’s unauthorized use of any Komen or Marathon for the Cure logo, phrase, name or mark (or any logo, phrase, name or mark that may be considered confusing or misleading to potential donors, other participants or the public generally).