Hi everyone as of right now we are planning an in person race for Sunday September 19th 2021 at 10:00am. If the City of Columbus does not allow up a permit due to COVID-19 we will mail out all race packets
If we have an in person race packet pick up will be
Saturday Sept 11th and 12th from 12-3 and Friday September 17th from 4pm-7pm and Saturday September 18th from 11am - 2pm
About The Charity
The Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Ohio (OCAO) is an advocate for those affected by ovarian cancer. Our mission is to promote early detection of ovarian cancer with advocacy, education, awareness, and public outreach to improve outcomes and help save lives. We also work to support women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, as well as their family members.
Our vision is to have the best volunteer workforce that embraces our core values and mission. We work with people touched by ovarian cancer to help communicate our mission. Our brand is based on integrity and credibility. Our plan is to grow by welcoming more volunteers for committee positions and organization events. Our fundraising success allows us to meet our strategic plan, vision and mission.
Advocacy, Education, Awareness, and Public Outreach
OCAO strives to improve outcomes for the ovarian cancer community by working with policy makers and other ovarian cancer advocates. By building these relationships, we hope to improve the lives of those affected by ovarian cancer.
We believe that the best way to prevent ovarian cancer is to know the symptoms of the disease and what factors put a woman at a higher risk. OCAO places high value on educating women and healthcare providers, which can help save lives until early detection tests are available. We help raise awareness by relaying our message through local campaigns and events and we work to make ovarian cancer and its symptoms known. OCAO identifies the serious nature of ovarian cancer to all women through communication. We utilize mass media outlets to heighten the public’s awareness of our mission. These tools assist with communicating the importance of early detection.