Now through March 5, Knott’s Berry Farm and Susan G. Komen Orange County are working together for the fourth year to raise money for breast cancer awareness, services and research. You can help make a difference by purchasing your 2017 Season Pass or special "Pink Tickets". A portion of the proceeds from every Season Pass or "Pink Ticket" purchased online will benefit Susan G. Komen Foundation Orange County.
75% of the funds raised for Susan G. Komen are used to provide local services throughout Orange County:
Breast cancer detection and treatment education
Information and support for breast cancer survivors and families
Funding for free mammograms for uninsured and underserved women
25% of the funds raised for Susan G. Komen support national research to discover the cure for breast cancer.
Early Detection Saves Lives
Finding breast cancer early, when it’s easiest to treat, can save lives. Research estimates that regular screenings with mammography have resulted in 30% fewer deaths from breast cancer. However, mammography is not perfect. It can sometimes miss tumors or identify tumors that are not cancerous, particularly in women with dense breasts or who are at high risk for developing breast cancer. Komen is committed to finding better, more sensitive methods for detecting and identifying breast cancer earlier. For more information, please visit their website at http://komenoc.org/
KNOTT'S FOR THE CURE
January 9th thru March 5th!
Knott's Berry Farm
8039 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA
Pink Ticket Offer!
BUY ONLINE TO SUPPORT AND SAVE UP TO $34! Admission tickets are valid for one day admission, any day through March 5, 2017. Valid for ages 12-61. A portion of your ticket purchase will benefit the Orange County Susan G. Komen foundation. Online: $41.00 / Gate: $75.00
"Pink" Knott's Berry Farm for the Cure T-shirts
The "Pink" Knott's Berry Farm for the Cure commemorative t-shirt is available for purchase online and will be available beginning January 9 at select locations in the park with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen Orange County. Share who you are fighting for on Instagram and Twitter using #KnottsPink.
About the Cause: Komen founder Nancy G. Brinker made a promise to her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, Brinker’s promise fueled the launch of Susan G. Komen®, a global movement that has grown into the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. In an effort to spread awareness, Knott’s Berry Farm and Komen Orange County invite guests to share their “for the cure” promises during the charitable promotion.