Are You Tough Enough To Wear Pink?
September 8th, 2017
Tough Enough To Wear Pink was started by Terry Wheatley, a breast cancer survivor, and Karl Stressman, now PRCA Commissioner, along with Wrangler. They put their heads together to think of a way to make a difference. TETWP proceeds go to local cancer programs so they can assist in providing financial and emotional assistance to local cancer patients in need. On September 9th the Lewiston Roundup Association donates $1 for every person that wears PINK!
Tough Enough To Wear Pink is a major fund-raising event for the foundation. Be sure to sign up for our email newsletter to stay informed about this year's event!
A Portion of the Proceeds From Last Year's Event Was Donated To:
The Gina Quesenberry Foundation's goal is to provide financial assistance through donations and fund raising activities to area breast cancer patients in need. For more information visit: gqfoundation.org
The Light A Candle Program raises funds for services, helping cancer patients improve their quality of life and easing some of the pressure that comes with facing cancer. Available services include housekeeping, gas cards, grocery assistance, massage and others as requested. Applications are available at gritman.org in the About Us, Community Benefit section.
Casting for Recovery was founded on the principles that the natural world is a healing force and that cancer survivors deserve one weekend — free of charge and free of the stresses from medical treatment, home, or workplace — to experience something new and challenging while enjoying beautiful surroundings within an intimate, safe, and nurturing structure. For more information go to http://www.castingforrecovery.org.