What’s New?

  • 粉紅5公里慈善跑 2017
    You may visit the 'Gallery' of this website to see the photos of the Pink Heels Race and Pink 5K Run.
  • 5.12.2017
    Results of 'Pink 5K Run' and 'Pink Heels Race' are ready for viewing.
    Click here for the results.
  • 25.11.2017
    Special News: the Race Start Time of “Pink 5K Run” : 1st start - 10:30 am for Men's 5K ; 2nd start - 10:35 am for Women's 5K
  • 25.11.2017
    Due to the emergent construction work at Stanley Ma Hang Park, new arrangement will be made for the “Pink 5K Run” as follows: heading to Lung Tak Court - Chung Hom Kok Road via Cape Road, then return through Stanley Ma Hang Park back to Murray House.
  • 13.11.2017
    Gear Collection Letter have been sent out.


Pink Heels Race
Pink Heels Race (formerly known as Race with Pink Heels) is an annual charitable event organized by Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry. It aims to promote knowledge and risk awareness of hereditary breast, ovarian and prostate cancers caused by BRCA gene mutation, and also to raise fund for supporting the underserved high-risk families by undergoing BRCA testing and genetic counseling services in the community.


Pink 5k Run
Pink 5k Run has been held for the second year to attract more participants. The route of Pink 5K Run with uphills and downhills path, stairs and narrow steps symbolizes the difficulties and challenges faced by the cancer patients and their families. However, such tough and painful route could be overcome with the support of the community.



Established in 2007, Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry is the only and first-ever charitable organization dedicated to help the high-risk families who have hereditary risk of breast, ovarian and prostate cancer due to BRCA gene mutations. We also aim to advance and standardize clinical care by formulating preventative measures through data collection, research, public education, counseling and supportive care services in reducing the incidence of hereditary cancers in Chinese population. The Registry now has the largest database and biobank of hereditary breast cancers specimens in Chinese which would facilitate better understanding research of the disease locally and worldwide. The Registry has raised funds for financing the underserved high-risk families in the community to undergo genetic testing and counseling and has benefited over 2,000 families up to now.

Charity Sale

Charity Sale