Pinkathon Pinkathon Pinkathon

Volunteer with Pinkathon

Volunteer with Us!

We will be having workshops for women almost every day across the city, covering various issues from Breast Cancer, Health, Fitness and Nutrition to Women Safety and life saving techniques.We will require Volunteers for promotional runs, for running alongside visually impaired girls, and volunteers who will manage our route, refreshment counters, start/finish gate and other areas. If you want to know about Volunteer opportunities for Pinkathon, please contact Akshita on + 91 8879943653 or click below to fill the form:

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Celebrity Speak

Gul Panag

Dia Mirza

Bipasha Basu

“I think there are a lot of ways in which women can keep fit, running is the most easy most popular and most fuss free. I encourage more & more women to come forward and run. I urge everybody out there to run because running is the simplest way of keeping fit, because all you need is a pair of shoes and the road. Running releases endorphins, and keeps you happy throughout the day and of course is a great stress buster, not to mention its also great for your skin. I started running when I was 15 and haven’t stopped since then!”

“On the 16th of December is the pinkathon which is special marathon organized for all women that are going to be running to increase awareness on breast cancer. As we all know that if breast cancer is detected at an early stage, it is easily curable. And now you can make a difference by creating that awareness. As a woman, it is extremely important to support the cause of breast cancer awareness. The pinkathon is a fantastic opportunity of various walks of life to come forward and increase awareness and with that hopefully also increase the opportunity for more people to improve the chances of early detection and to also encourage women to become more receptive to the cure and the aid that they can get if diagnosed with breast cancer. I’ve worked with Devieka before and would love to again on such a platform.”

Bollywood actress and fitness lover, Bipasha Basu said, “I am delighted with this effort to raise awareness about breast cancer. What Milind, Reema and Deveika are striving to achieve is very noble, and I hope the people of Mumbai support them in full spirit. Breast cancer is a much neglected ailment in India, most women don’t take it as seriously as they should; and events like this will only help making women more aware and alert about this disease.”