Volunteers play a vital role in the Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure®. Their passion and commitment is what makes our Race successful. Today, thanks to more than 100,000 survivors and volunteers, Susan G. Komen® is the world’s largest, most progressive grassroots organization fighting breast cancer.

Why volunteer?

It’s fun. It’s rewarding. And you’ll meet some truly incredible people when you volunteer for the Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure. The success of the Race depends heavily on the support we receive from more than 800 volunteers in the months leading up to the Race and on Race Day.

Who can volunteer?

Fun-loving, enthusiastic, hard-working and reliable individuals who are willing to contribute to the success of the Komen Los Angeles County Race.

When can you volunteer?

There are two ways you can volunteer for the Race:

  1. Committee and Leadership Service: We are always looking for volunteers to help with pre-Race planning, organization and marketing. If you are interested in helping us pre-Race, please contact us at the office.
  2. Race Day Support: It takes hundreds on Race day to provide the best experience to our participants and sponsors. If you are interested in volunteering on Race day please complete our application [LINK to 2016 Race volunteer application].