Raising awareness, providing education, engaging
our community to bring an end to breast cancer … forever.
2014 Brave Music Video
Featuring Josh Groban’s song “Brave”, last year’s music video is a coast-to-coast tribute to survivors.
Feed Your Pink Side Luncheon
Former First Lady Laura Bush was keynote speaker with CBS’ Bob Schieffer as emcee for TCU’s annual breast cancer awareness luncheon.
Sing for the Cure Gala
Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters, Bob Schieffer and his Honky Tonk Confidential band, with former First Lady Laura Bush appeared at Bass Hall to celebrate Frogs for the Cure’s ten year anniverary.
Announcing the Second Decade
Planning for the sixth annual music is underway with a license from Sony Music for “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”. Stay tuned!
Eleven years ago, TCU became the first college program in the nation to partner with Susan G. Komen® in the fight against breast cancer. Frogs for the Cure started the national trend of “pink out” football games where fans are encouraged to wear pink to honor survivors. Now colleges and universities, professional teams, and even high schools participate in “pink out” tributes as a result of the tradition TCU began.
Starting small in 2005, Frogs for the Cure now encompasses education, outreach, fund raising, and survivor support with year round activities. A unique aspect of the program is the production of an annual music video involving thousands who come together to offer inspiration to those in the cancer fight.