View our Calendar for a complete list of upcoming OCRA and Third Party events!
Turn Up the Heat returns to Boston! Join us for a fun evening to enjoy delicious fare from the area’s most exciting female culinary superstars, all to end ovarian cancer. Learn more.
An evening of laugh-out-loud stand up performances, a raucous live auction, and cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, all to benefit OCRA in memory of the legendary Madeline Kahn. Learn more.
The Ovarian Cancer National Conference, presented by Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, is the largest and longest running national ovarian cancer conference. It brings together patients, caregivers, survivors, advocates and friends to learn about the latest developments in diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer. The Conference offers opportunities for attendees to offer support to one another—a vital ingredient for living through the disease. Learn more.
Ovarian Cycle® is a series of fun and inspiring indoor cycling events, open to men and women of all ages and cycling experience. Our events can be done at a comfortable pace, either individually, or alongside family, friends, and colleagues as a team. Some ride in honor or memory of a loved one, some are ovarian cancer survivors, and others just enjoy the fitness challenge and want to support the cause. All come together for one important goal: to fund much-needed ovarian cancer research that will one day find a cure. Our Ovarian Cycle rides take place in cities all across the country with new locations added regularly. Find a ride near you!
Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance has hosted Super Saturday in the Hamptons for the past 20 years. In 2018, our iconic event moved to Manhattan for the first-ever Super September. Learn more.
OCRA celebrated the culinary talents of DC’s best women chefs, restauranteurs, and mixologists at our annual Turn Up the Heat event to raise funds to end ovarian cancer. This year’s event was held at The Anthem at The Wharf. Learn more.
On March 4th and 5th, OCRA united survivors and caregivers in Washington, DC to advocate for the programs and research that pave the way for better treatments for ovarian cancer, and to ensure that ovarian cancer research and education programs remain a congressional priority. See our advocates taking #TealAction!