It’s that Time of Year Again

It may be cold but get those running shoes ready!

For those who are ready and anxious, online registration is up and running – no pun intended. Let’s make this year better than last, which was one to remember – the perfect weather, the awesome teams, the inspiring stories and the many friends and family members who all came out to support this great cause. We will be posted the printable forms for this year in the near future. Last year’s forms are still available if you want to send in already.

Attention Creatives!
New This Year – T-Shirt Design Contest

If you or someone you know would like to partake in designing this year’s Smile Mile event T-shirt, click here to get the details!

Fundraiser to Benefit
Laura’s Smile Foundation

A local Thirty One consultant and Mark David have joined together to host a fundraiser to benefit Laura’s Smile Foundation. 25% off of all sales will be donated right back to Laura’s Smile Foundation! The fundraiser is online and NOW OPEN and will close on April 11th. Click here to see the upcoming specials. START SHOPPING!!

teal ovarian cancer ribbon with butterflies flying around it
Butterfly Release 2015

With a minimum $20 donation, you can purchase a butterfly to personally release at the Laura’s Smile Mile Ceremony, June 6th, in honor/memory of your loved one. Limited quantities! Reserve yours by Friday, May 15th. Contact Mark David 262-644-0656 or mdavid40 [at] charter.net.


Registration Form (PDF – 214KB)
Pledge Form (PDF – 281KB)
5K Run/2 Mile Walk Route Map (PDF – 2.9MB)

Forgotten if you registered?
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Check out our registered participants list.

Click for 5k run/2 mile walk details

Click for Team Participation

Mission Statement

Laura’s Smile Foundation is dedicated to leading the movement towards ovarian cancer awareness. We are committed to raising non-profit funds to continuing the battle against ovarian cancer through education, advocacy and research. All of our activities are devoted to providing support, hope and honor to those whom have been affected by ovarian cancer.