Why I Wear Pink
Breast cancer affects everyone - it doesn't matter if you're a man or a woman. My own family has struggled with this disease on too many occassions. That's why I'm stepping up to fight breast cancer with all I have. Since I'm in a position to make a difference within my community, I believe I have an obligation to do so. By raising money and awareness through Real Men Wear Pink, I'm helping to save more lives from breast cancer. Your donations and support are greatly appreciated. Our goal is to always exceed our limits. That being said I am shooting to be in the RMWP Hall of Fame! So click, donate and help me help the ACS raise money for people suffering with this terrible disease.
Why I Support the American Cancer Society
We at Ray Brothers Barbeque have been involved with the ACS for the last few years. We have been involved in numerous events to help in any way that we can to bring awareness and funding to this amazing foundation. We lost our father a few years ago to cancer. Watching the ravaging effects that cancer has on someone towards the end is something no one should ever have to deal with. If by any of our actions we are able to help someone else not have to suffer alongside their family members, it is the least we can do.
Your support allows the American Cancer Society to continue:
Fighting breast cancer in city halls, statehouses, and Congress by elevating the patient voice to advance policy change through the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN)
Ensuring no one feels alone at any point on their breast cancer journey, from prevention to survivorship, and, for some, the end of life.
Investing in breakthrough science to find more - and better - treatments, uncover factors that may cause breast cancer, and improve patients' quality of life.
Ensuring that all people have a fair and just opportunity to prevent, find, treat, and survive breast cancer. ACS and ACS CAN believe all people should have a fair and just opportunity to live a longer, healthier life free from cancer regardless of how much money they make, the color of their skin, their sexual orientation, gender identity, their disability status, or where they live.