Frontier Field hosted the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk today.
The walk featured thousands of breast cancer survivors, volunteers, businesses and community members.
The event not only raised awareness of breast cancer, but also raised cash to benefit the American Cancer Society and its mission to support those diagnosed with the disease.
All funds raised support efforts by the Cancer Society to invest in research to prevent, treat and cure breast cancer and ensure access to mammograms for those who need them.
More than 232,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the U.S. alone.
"Right now, they say one in two women will be touched by breast cancer in their lifetime, which is absolutely an awful statistic," said Matt Flanigan, Senior Director for Community Engagement. "We're proud to say that one in two women who are touched by breast cancer will turn to the american cancer society for support."
The American Cancer Society says $800,000 was raised. 10,000 walkers ended up coming on Sunday.