Stand Up to Cancer on September 5

Stand Up to Cancer on September 5

  • Posted Aug 22, 2014
  • hchadmin

STAND UP TO CANCER – The momentum continues to build for our groundbreaking Stand Up To Cancer campaign. We are currently at 57-percent of our needed registered attendees. If you haven’t registered yet, don’t worry – there’s still time to take action and help us reach our goal by attending at Holy Cross Hospital’s Auditorium on Friday 9/5/14 at 7PM. You might end up being on national TV!!


The admission fee is now $15 and does not include a t-shirt but a limited supply of shirts will be available at the parties for a small donation. Supporters will also have the opportunity to donate $10 for our first ever virtual luminaria bag that can be used as a Facebook profile picture. Visit standup2finishthefight.org to make a donation for a virtual luminaria. All proceeds will go directly to funding our research Dream Team that will focus on lung cancer, the leading cancer killer in the United States.


You can also help by forwarding this information to your friends and family to encourage their participation.


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