Brackets for the Cure 2020

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Join the Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio Associate Council for the biggest March Madness event of the year, the 7th Annual Brackets for the Cure! Last year, the event raised over $7,000 to help fight breast cancer. This year, we hope to raise even more!

For each donation of $25, you can fill out one bracket for the NCAA® Men’s Basketball Tournament online (unlimited entries, as long as you make the $25 donation per bracket) and go head to head in the Komen NEO Bracketology game through CBS

First Place: $1000 Visa Gift Card
Second Place: $250 Visa Gift Card
Third Place: $100 Visa Gift Card


Returning Players Click here to enter the online bracket tournament. Just enter your ID and password in the boxes provided.

New PlayersClick here to enter the online bracket tournament. Click on “REGISTER.”  Fill out the registration page.  If not automatically redirected to SGK’s bracket group, click here then click “JOIN GROUP”. If prompted, enter the pool Password “pinkpicks.”

To activate your bracket and be eligible for prizes, you MUST donate $25 per bracket to Komen NEO by 5pm on Friday, March 20. Click here to activate your bracket. The cutoff date for submitting brackets on CBS Sports is 11am on March 19. If you have any questions about the tournament or issues with the registration process, please contact Seth Linnick at Thank you to our sponsors!


Slam Dunk Sponsor

Three Point Sponsors

Lay Up Sponsors 

About the Associate Council

The Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio Associate Council is a new generation of young and aspiring professional men and women, engaged in a culture of philanthropy to support the fight to end breast cancer forever.The Associate Council was launched in the Fall of 2013, to offer individuals between the ages of 21 and 40 a chance to socialize, network and make a significant impact in the community. The Associate Council is dedicated to the Komen vision of a world without breast cancer by promoting breast cancer awareness, providing volunteer support and raising funds through innovative programs. For more information please contact (216) 292-2873 or