On September 25, WorthPointe employees, clients and friends will team up to participate in the Komen Race for the Cure® walk in Austin. We’ve set a goal to raise $1,000 by race day. We invite you to join the cause by donating via this page and/or walking with us.
We are each playing a part in helping Susan G. Komen® end breast cancer forever.
As some of you already know, one of the WorthPointe partners, Scott O’Brien, joined the Komen Austin Board of Directors earlier this year. He has had a number of friends that have been stricken with breast cancer with all but one them being a survivor. It’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t been touched by this disease in some way.
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