How Will You Give?

Individual Gifts


One Week of Extracurricular Activities

Children need routine and consistency after a parent dies. Help us keep them in their after-school activities with their friends and mentors.


One Month of


Single parents are doing twice as much around the house, at work, and with their children. Help us give a parent a break and allow him/her to focus on more important things.


Two Months of Groceries

Weekly expenses become that much more of a burden when a family transitions to one income. Help us give a family groceries for a year by taking care of one week.


One Year of


Sitting with a trained bereavement counselor, maybe outside of someone's health care plan, is a gift that can have an impact for years to come. Allow us to always fund additional therapy..

Corporate Sponsorship

Our largest event of the year is an annual Fashion Show that celebrates those who are fighting, remembers those who have passed, and inspires us to support those who have been impacted by breast cancer. It is a night for all of us to redefine this disease, for us to connect and support one another, and most importantly—we dance in honor of life. We welcome support from any business that would like to make an impact on the experience of a family who has been affected by breast cancer.

Our sponsors help us create empowering events that give our survivors and legacies a place to shine. 

Linda K. Cohen Tuition Fund.

Runway for Recovery knows that education has the potential to be truly life-changing, and we are thrilled to share that we are now able to accept donations, including donations of stock, to this restricted tuition fund to support some of the highest-need children that we serve. Emily’s vision for the Linda K. Cohen Tuition Fund is that it will grow large enough to help every Runway beneficiary who needs it. Together, we can make a real and lasting difference in the lives of bereaved children.


12-year-old Athena lost her mother to breast cancer in 2019. Her family's dedication to her education, paired with the determination of Emily Cohen, Runway for Recovery volunteer and founder of the Linda K. Cohen Tuition Fund, helped Athena secure a place at the all-girls school, Mt. Alvernia High School in Newton.  Read More About Linda Cohen Fund