Proceeds benefit Kay Yow Cancer Fund
Based on 115 free throws, each worth $1.43
On February 20, 2020 Chattanooga women’s basketball is holding Cancer Awareness Night when we host Mercer at 7pm. The Mocs are working to spread awareness of ALL cancers and show how every single person has been affected by this disease. Whether you have battled with cancer, or someone in your family, a coworker, neighbor, the list goes on and on. It touches the lives of everyone we meet and there are many types to be aware of to know how to look for the warning signs of each.
As a part of this event, the Mocs are joining the NCAA and women’s basketball teams across the nation in the Kay Yow Cancer Fund Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge.
The Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s mission is to extend and improve the lives of those who are battling cancer, on our way to finding a cure, by raising money for research and assisting the underserved. Through the National Free Throw Challenge we are competing against other college basketball teams around the country to see who can raise the most money for those battling cancer.
You can support our team by pledging for every free throw we make during the month of February!
Follow our progress on the National Leaderboard. The team raising the most money will be crowned champion. All proceeds of the Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge will benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Every pledge will make a serious impact on those battling cancer. The Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge is proudly sponsored by John & Sue Gibbs.
You can make a pledge per free throw or a one-time flat donation.
The Play4Kay initiative is the Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s largest fundraiser and plays a major role in uniting players, coaches, and communities in the fight against ALL cancers affecting women. To learn more about Kay Yow Cancer Fund, please visit www.kayyow.com.
Thank you for your support!
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This campaign benefits
Funding research. Assisting the underserved. Unifying people for a common cause.
Contributions made to this campaign are tax-deductible.View Website