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Every twenty-four seconds someone in the United States is diagnosed with cancer. This year, over 2,400 of those diagnosed will be college students. Seattle University Colleges Against Cancer is a new student group committed to making a difference for those touched by cancer by initiating activities that promote cancer awareness on our campus and by raising funds to support the American Cancer Society. We believe that our efforts will help find a cure and engage our campus community in the fight against cancer.
Our important efforts to eliminate cancer and diminish the suffering that far too many effected by cancer face are only possible with help from people like you. Please consider joining our group or participating in the exciting activities listed below.
To join our group or for additional information please email:Jack Hilton; College Against Cancer Presidenthiltonj1@seattleu.edu
Hoops for HopeKey ArenaMarch 2nd, 2010, 8PM
On March 2nd,
2010 at 8 pm, the Masters in Sports Administration and Leadership program at
Seattle University will host the first annual Hoops for Hope Fundraiser during the
Seattle University men’s basketball game versus Portland State in order to
promote awareness about the need for youth athletic scholarships and the
importance of youth athletics.
will be provided for Boys and Girls Club members. A halftime scrimmage will
take place with help from the Seattle University Women’s team. A 50/50 Raffle
will be held during the game with half the proceeds going directly towards
athletic scholarships for the Boys and Girls Club
A post game
party will be held at T.S. McHugh’s on Queen Anne, and will be attended by
Athletic Director Bill Hogan. Another raffle will be held at T.S. McHugh’s featuring
various sports paraphernalia with all proceeds going towards athletic
University’s MSAL Program recognizes the importance of youth sport in creating
well balanced individuals that grow into contributing members of society,” said
Lisa Hill, Marketing Specialist for the event.
University MSAL program is dedicated to the service component in the SU mission
statement and the role of athletics in the personal development of youth.
Hoops for Hope is an opportunity to align program and university missions to
benefit local area children by providing resources that allow them to participate
Relay for LifeSeattle Pacific UniversityMay 2010
By taking part in Relay For Life you have the chance to join 3.5 million people from across the country to celebrate the lives of those who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that takes too much. At the event, we'll camp out overnight and take turns walking around the track to raise money and awareness to support the American Cancer Society's lifesaving mission.
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