Ready®, one of the fastest growing premium sports nutrition brands in America with co-owners Aaron Donald and Giannis Antetokounmpo, today announced a partnership with Susan G. Komen®, the world’s leading breast cancer organization.
Ready® is committing significant funding in support of Komen’s work against breast cancer by donating $250,000 to Susan G. Komen to help fund breast cancer research and patient support services
Beginning in January, the signature Ready® Bars will be available nationwide in over 4,400 Walmart stores and other retailers across the country. The same Ready® Bars will be given out at Komen’s annual MORE THAN PINK Walk and Race for the Cure Series in 2023. The events held across the United States draw several thousands of participantswho raise critical funds for breast cancer research and patient support services while spotlighting breast cancer patients, individuals living with metastatic breast cancer, survivors and all those affected by the disease.
The company will also be a Gold Sponsor of the 2023 Komen West Pennsylvania and other select cities MORE THAN PINK Walks, providing fueling and recovery products for participants and making available nutritional educational resources involving fitness and exercise. In addition, Ready® will be a 2023 Series Sponsor of the Susan G. Komen 3-Day®, a national event spanning four weekends August through November when participants walk on a route for three days, walking 20 miles per day.
“It’s a privilege to partner with an organization that is revered for doing so much in the fight against breast cancer and helping those touched by this disease, whether they be patients, living with metastatic breast cancer,survivors or their families and friends,” said Ready® Founder and CEO Pat Cavanaugh. “Ready® is committed and inspired to make a positive contribution in terms of raising valuable funding for Susan G. Komen and being present as a supporter of its signature events.”
“Our new partnership with Ready is a prime example of the many ways people and organizations can creatively support our mission to end breast cancer,” said Sarah Rosales, Vice President of Corporate Partnerships at Komen. “Ready is committed to making a meaningful impact and their support will benefit breast cancer patients across the U.S. as our programs continue to reach communities in every corner of the country. Creating a world without breast cancer is our vision and Ready is committed to helping us make that a reality.”