Downtown Wilmington will be alive with runners and walkers for the 2015 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
The annual event combines a competitive 5K run with a 1 mile fun run/walk and events for the whole family.
Families at Sunday's Walk for Wishes say the Make-A-Wish foundation changed their lives. We hear some of their stories.
Pink Ribbon Day kicks off tomorrow in Leland with a day full of events aimed at raising funds for the American Cancer Society.
You can enjoy food, dance performances, arts and crafts shopping and fun for the kids all while helping raise money for breast cancer care and research.
The fun kicks off at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 in the afternoon at 117 Village Road behind the CVS.
Area designers get to show off their creativity while people hungry for fashion and a good time enjoy wonderful events all weekend long. Money raised benefits a local outreach program for children
Annual 5k and 10k continue aiding uninsured young people fighting cancer.
Folks got together for the 5k and 10k run benefiting local cancer patients.
The event in was created in 2005 by Tim Reilly after his dear friend, Steve Haydu was diagnosed with cancer.
Just in time for March 8th's International Womens Day, the Women of Hope organization held their inaugural "Hiking for Hope" fundraiser.
Some go to great lengths in support of the New Hanover County Special Olympics for this year's tenth annual Polar Plunge.
The Annual Airlie Oyster Roast is Friday night starting at 6pm. This year’s roast will be held from 6 to 11 p.m. and tickets include a peck of oysters, spirituous beverages, appetizers, Carolina BBQ and fish fry, and a cash bar.
Happening this weekend is the Last Chance for White Pants Gala to raise funds for Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Lifecare Center.
While some Red Cross volunteers are making their way back from Oklahoma, one man is traveling home after 12 days on the water where he aimed to make a difference from the inside of his kayak.