TCU Frogs for the Cure celebrates eleven years of support for Susan G. Komen in the fight against breast cancer. TCU is the only university in America officially partnered with Komen, and more than a decade ago, pioneered the pink-out game day celebration at athletic events.
The mission of Frogs for the Cure is awareness, education, raising funds and supporting survivors and their families. The production of an annual music video involving thousands of participants provides hope and encouragement to those in the cancer fight. We are deeply grateful to Sony Music for the license to the song “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and to Luke Wade and Mia Z, artists from NBC’s The Voice, for recording an exciting new version in tribute to the courage of cancer survivors. Luke and Mia are also generously donating all iTunes song purchases to Susan G. Komen.
Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase and the Robert M. Rogers Foundation, this 2015 video was conceived and produced by Ann Louden, TCU’s ten year Chair of Frogs for the Cure and a breast cancer survivor. Filmed in Los Angeles, in Big Sky, Montana, and on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, Texas, more than 2,000 people danced for the cause. In addition to principal dancers Christin Arthur and Luis Torres from Washington, breast cancer survivors, TCU students, faculty, staff, and community members donated their time and talent for the cause.
To support the work of Susan G. Komen, please click here: ww5.komen.org/frogsforthecure
For more information about TCU Frogs for the Cure, visit www.frogsforthecure.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.