The organization aims to make sure no one faces breast cancer alone by providing emotional relief through its 24-7 support center.
For survivors, that sentiment is especially meaningful.
"It's an emotional feeling, it really is, but it's also a good feeling, especially for me," said Rosalind Perkins, a 21-year survivor.
"I think it's a really great cause, and people raise money and just, people come out here and they take the time on Mother's Day," said Joey Lubelfeld, whose mother is a survivor.
"It's good to see everybody out doing, even the guys supporting the women," said Sherry Nelson Mitchell, who was walking for her aunt.
Organizers expected to raise nearly $5.5 million from the walk for the Breast Cancer Network of Strength.