DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The American Cancer Society held its annual "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk Saturday morning.
More than 600 teams made up of family, friends, and organizations took to the Dayton Dragons Fifth Third Field and walked on behalf of loved ones diagnosed with breast cancer.
The walk was designed to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research.
More than 11,000 walkers decked out in pink raised more than $440,000 Saturday.
All donations and proceeds from the walk benefit the American Cancer Society.
Since 1993, more than 9 million cancer charity walkers across the country have raised more than $528 million through Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events to help fight breast cancer. Last year alone, dedicated supporters raised $68 million nationwide to help the American Cancer Society.
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