Make plans at On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina starting Tuesday, July 19th and running thru Thursday, July 21st and On the Border will be sure to “Give Back” to Susan G. Komen Tulsa®. Bring your Susan G. Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure® Team, family and friends or place your take out order at either On the Border location in Tulsa and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Komen Tulsa. You must present the On the Border Gives Back flyer at checkout. The flyer is available at the komentulsa.org and can be presented either via your mobile device or by presenting a printout at checkout.
Also starting July 19th but running thru the month of September, you can also receive 20% off all your On the Border catering needs. Mention the code # "GBN-20-6" and 20% of your catering purchase will be donated to Komen Tulsa. If you have questions, go to komentulsa.org and click on the On the Border information on the home page.
Saturday, September 24th will be the 20th running of a Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Tulsa. For the past two decades a Komen Race has been held in Tulsa. Register today at komentulsa.org and show your support as we continue to fight to end breast cancer. Go to komentulsa.org to register for this year’s Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure.
The Susan G. Komen Tulsa Affiliate works to reduce breast cancer in Eastern Oklahoma by funding education, screening and treatment programs with an emphasis on the medically underserved. With the help of the community’s participation in such events as the Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure, our Affiliate continues to grow and act as a caring resource for women and their families in Eastern Oklahoma.
The Tulsa Affiliate of Susan G. Komen began in 1997 with the first Race for the Cure. That year we granted $71,655 to local organizations to provide services to the uninsured and underinsured women in Tulsa County and $25,551 to fund scientific research. In 2015, more than $500,000 was granted to community outreach programs and scientific research, education and screening programs in Eastern Oklahoma.