Clearity, a San Diego-based national ovarian cancer nonprofit organization, announces its annual Teal Revolution Walk and fundraiser on Sunday, May 22. Donned in teal, San Diegans will gather in support of women with Ovarian Cancer, while supporters across the country join forces virtually.

Registration for the event will start at 8:00 a.m. with the celebratory (three-mile) walk commencing at 9:00 a.m. There are options for shorter distances as well. Prior to the start of the walk, all participants will gather to form the largest teal ribbon of people ever created. It’s a not-to-be-missed chance to be part of a lasting image of San Diego’s ovarian cancer community.

To grow awareness, Clearity has asked its partner organizations – other ovarian cancer nonprofits from around the country – to join the walk, raise funds and make a lasting difference for women and families everywhere who are living with Ovarian Cancer.

“It will take a revolution to change life with ovarian cancer,” said Hillary Theakston, Executive Director, Clearity.

The family friendly event will have a Kid’s Art Area, hosted by Bilingual Kids, Survivor’s Tent, educational offerings, food and other activities. There is no registration fee to participate, and pets are welcome.

Clearity’s Teal Revolution is made possible by the support of generous sponsors Cooley, GSK, Novocure, Breaking Free Apparel Co., Myriad, Teckro, Bilingual Kids and an anonymous donor.

Emceed by Susan Taylor, Clearity’s goal for this year’s Teal Revolution is to raise $200,000 to fund its individualized ovarian cancer education and counseling. Participants can join the Revolution here at

Clearity’s mission is to support women and families for life with Ovarian Cancer. Their individualized ovarian cancer education and counseling is delivered by experts to participants nationwide. All Clearity programs are offered free of charge, thanks to the generosity of many San Diego-based supporters, including the County of San Diego, The Conrad Prebys Foundation, Illumina and countless individuals.

Founded in 2008, Clearity improves the survival and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer, empowering them and their families with science-based information and hope throughout the journey. Clearity believes all women should have access to the most advanced support, personalized for them.