Volunteers are needed to help manage this year’s Susan G. Komen Orange County Race for the Cure in Newport Beach.
The event, which raises money and awareness about breast cancer, needs more than 1,800 volunteers. The race, in its 17th year, usually draws about 30,000 participants.
Volunteers are needed for many tasks, including monitoring the race, helping runners, directing traffic, setting up booths, loading and unloading trucks, and cleaning up. Volunteers are also needed before the Sept. 28 event at Fashion Island.