Komen St. Louis’ 2013 Corporate Partner of the Year: KSDK NewsChannel 5

Komen St. Louis could not make an impact in the fight against breast cancer without individual supporters, or our volunteers, or our community and corporate partners. It takes so many working together to move us closer to our vision of a world without breast cancer.

At our 4th Annual Power of a Promise luncheon, we presented the Komen St. Louis 2013 Corporate Partner of the Year Award to an organization that’s been with us every year since our inaugural Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure in 1999: KSDK NewsChannel 5.

Komen St. Louis Board President Dede Hoffmann presents our 2013 Corporate Partner of the Year Award to Bree Smith, who accepts the award on behalf of KSDK NewsChannel 5

Komen St. Louis Board President Dede Hoffmann presents our 2013 Corporate Partner of the Year Award to Bree Smith, who accepts the award on behalf of KSDK NewsChannel 5

The support of our corporate partners is so important to the success of the Race and to ensure that more money can go directly to the fight against breast cancer. This partner has been committed to the cause and has been dedicated to helping us communicate our work and our mission to so many in our community.

KSDK’s team devotes time, expertise and resources as they share stories about the local fight against breast cancer and of Komen St. Louis’ efforts in our 17-county Missouri/Illinois service area. We appreciate their continued support and partnership.

Congratulations and our sincere thanks to KSDK NewsChannel 5, Komen St. Louis’ 2013 Corporate Partner of the Year!

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