Making Strides of Sacramento Presented by Pizza Guys

The Pink Ribbons

Hi! Welcome to our team page!

THE PINK RIBBONS team was created in the Fall of 2012 after my daughter Kimberly Guyton (then Brannan) was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer at only 28 years old. Though it had been mere weeks since her surgery she felt Very Strongly about remaining positive and being pro-active. They say attitude is everything ...well Kim is a testimony to that!

We had both heard about Making Strides but had never participated before. Kimberly was insistant on doing it! With a rollercoaster of emotions on the loose, I volunteered to be captain, Kim got her sisters and cousins onboard, we decided on a team name, and signed-up online! From there it grew to become a really fun annual event we look forward to with family and close friends while supporting a Very Serious cause. It was also a great way to channel our fears into something positive!

Fear certainly rocked our world with Kim's diagnosis as I had lost my sister, Judy Hart Smith (Kim's aunt and Saresa's mom), to breast cancer in 1999. Judy was only 49 years old. She had a different form of the disease than Kim. It was a very rare, very aggressive cancer. There have been so many break-throughs since then but the work is not done, and a cure is yet to be found.

Saving lives from breast cancer starts one team one walker and one dollar at a time. Please help our team reach our goal. Donate today! Thank You! GO PINK!

Sincerely,

Linda Brannan, team captain ~ my hub Jim, Kimberly & Matt and their boys Emmerson and Bennett, Holly, Holly & Mike, Saresa, Steffanie & Earl and their boys Dathan and Luke, Jennifer & Brian and their kids Natalie and Carter, Katie and baby Olivia, Ashley, and Karen & Rich

The Pink Ribbons - Join Team Raised
Fabulous Fundraiser I made a personal gift Linda Brannan $220.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Holly Abplanalp $25.00
Celina Aranda $0.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Michael Avery $25.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Brian Bourn $35.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Jennifer Bourn $35.00
Rising Star Natalie Bourn $35.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Jim Brannan $50.00
Rising Star Katie Cortez $50.00
Ashley Ebright $0.00
Rising Star Holly Ebright $50.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Bennett Guyton $25.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Emmerson Guyton $25.00
Pink Powerhouse Kimberly Guyton $295.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Matthew Guyton $25.00
Earl Hartman $0.00
Luke Hartman $0.00
Steffanie Hartman $0.00
Rising Star Saresa Shutes $25.00
Fabulous Fundraiser I made a personal gift Richard Weirich $100.00
Rising Star I made a personal gift Richard Weirich $50.00
Team Gifts $337.00
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We’ve raised $1,407
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Sacramento Presented by Pizza Guys
Sunday, October 22, 2017

Why We Support
American Cancer Society by Making Strides

Hi! Welcome to our team page!

THE PINK RIBBONS team was created in the Fall of 2012 after my daughter Kimberly Guyton (then Brannan) was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer at only 28 years old. Though it had been mere weeks since her surgery she felt Very Strongly about remaining positive and being pro-active. They say attitude is everything ...well Kim is a testimony to that!

We had both heard about Making Strides but had never participated before. Kimberly was insistant on doing it! With a rollercoaster of emotions on the loose, I volunteered to be captain, Kim got her sisters and cousins onboard, we decided on a team name, and signed-up online! From there it grew to become a really fun annual event we look forward to with family and close friends while supporting a Very Serious cause. It was also a great way to channel our fears into something positive!

Fear certainly rocked our world with Kim's diagnosis as I had lost my sister, Judy Hart Smith (Kim's aunt and Saresa's mom), to breast cancer in 1999. Judy was only 49 years old. She had a different form of the disease than Kim. It was a very rare, very aggressive cancer. There have been so many break-throughs since then but the work is not done, and a cure is yet to be found.

Saving lives from breast cancer starts one team one walker and one dollar at a time. Please help our team reach our goal. Donate today! Thank You! GO PINK!

Sincerely,

Linda Brannan, team captain ~ my hub Jim, Kimberly & Matt and their boys Emmerson and Bennett, Holly, Holly & Mike, Saresa, Steffanie & Earl and their boys Dathan and Luke, Jennifer & Brian and their kids Natalie and Carter, Katie and baby Olivia, Ashley, and Karen & Rich

Team Members

Thank You Donors

  1. From Amount
Top Donors
  1. Anonymous$10
  2. Anonymous$5
  3. Bennett Guyton$25
  4. Brandi Goshey$100
  5. Brian Bourn$35
  6. Carolyn Immenschuh$15
  7. Carter Bourn$35
  8. Cliff and Susan Guyton 
  9. Dad$5
  10. Emmerson Guyton$25
  11. Grandma Hart$10
  12. Holly Abplanalp$25
  13. Holly Ebright$50
  14. Izzy & Debbie Real$100
  15. Jennifer Bourn$35
  16. Jim Brannan$50
  17. Karen V Patch$50
  18. Linda Brannan$50
  19. Linda S Jibson$50
  20. Lorraine M Thomas$60
  21. Margala Woods$20
  22. Matthew Guyton$25
  23. Michael Avery$25
  24. Mom$5
  25. Mom Hart$20
  26. Mrs. Sonya Ann Silva$40
  27. Natalie Bourn$35
  28. Richard V Weirich$50
  29. Richard Weirich$50
  30. Susie 
  31. Tamara Scott$50
  32. Victoria Schmitt 
  33. Yard Sale Fundraiser!$242
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How You're Helping
Save Lives From Breast Cancer

Thanks to the support of so many, the American Cancer Society is there for everyone in every community touched by breast cancer. Including those who are currently dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis, those who may face diagnosis in the future, and those who may avoid a diagnosis altogether thanks to education and risk reduction.

invested in breast
cancer grants

$ 74 million

patient service
requests fulfilled

75 thousand

one-to-one support
services provided to
breast cancer patients

11 thousand
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Welcome to our Team Page. We’ve formed a team because this cause is important to us. We want to help. And walking and raising money in our local American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event is the best way we can do that. We all have different reasons for participating but we share a determination to help save lives from breast cancer.

There are so many ways that the money our team raises helps. It’s helping fund innovative research. It’s providing free information for people dealing with the disease. It’s providing rides to treatment and places to stay for people who have to seek treatment far from home. In short, our money is helping save lives. Consider donating to our team and helping advance the cause.

How We Support the American Cancer Society

Of course we walk in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. And we solicit donations from family, friends, and other supporters. But we also schedule fundraisers in lead-up to the big event. Bake-sales, car washes, and countless other types of events. And we promote those on social media, through Facebook and Twitter, by word of mouth, and through flyers at work and around the neighborhood. The success of fundraising events depends on two things - hard work and getting the word out. And we're out to do both. Keep an eye out for our fundraising events.

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