Men Wear Pink
Community Leaders Fighting Breast Cancer
The American Cancer Society is leading the breast cancer fight in the 21st century, and our commitment to creating a future free from the threat of breast cancer runs deep - but we cannot do it alone. That's why we're engaging community leaders and influencers to help eliminate breast cancer through the nationwide Men Wear Pink campaign.
Every dollar raised helps the American Cancer Society end breast cancer as we know it, by funding innovative breast cancer research; providing education and guidance to help people reduce their risk; and offering comprehensive patient support to those who need it most that no one faces breast cancer alone.
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Men Wear Pink 2022 Campaign Statistics
The Men Wear Pink movement began in Jackson, Tennessee in 2013. Since that time, thousands of leaders across the country have rallied in support the American Cancer Society’s mission to end breast cancer and improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients and their families.
More than 2,300 Ambassadors
More than $11 million dollars raised
Began in Jackson, TN in 2013
Would you like to lead the team or join the team?
This isn’t what I wanted.
Cancer has touched all of us in some way. And we want to stop this disease in its tracks. We'll spend the next few weeks fundraising for the American Cancer Society. Then, on the day of the event, we'll honor the lives lost to cancer, celebrate survivors, and support the caregivers who so selflessly help others.
Together, we'll be a part of making a difference in this important cause.
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