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UNH Field Hockey's Fundraiser:

Play 4 The Cure

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BENEFITING: National Foundation for Cancer Research

EVENT: Play4TheCure

EVENT DATE: Oct 25, 2015

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THE STORY:

As the official sports fundraising platform of the National Foundation for Cancer Research, Play4TheCure asks individual athletes and teams “Who do you Play 4?”  To answer our own question: It’s not just about one color ribbon, we play for ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS, ALL SPORTS.

 

In the era of precision medicine, doctors want to use genetics to select the most effective drugs for each individual patient.  It’s time to move beyond individual cancer types – different colored ribbons.  By way of precision medicine, we will find cures for all types of cancer.  By supporting NFCR’s scientists in their invaluable research endeavors, you are helping pave the way to do exactly that: cure cancer. 

 

We have all been affected by cancer in some way or other or know those who have been.  Make a decision to Play4 them.  Make a decision to help NFCR pave the way to finding a cure.  Together, playing for ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS and through ALL SPORTS, we will make a difference.

 

To CREATE a donation page:

-Click the "REGISTER TO PLAY4THECURE" button on this page

-Choose "Create a New Team"

-Follow the prompts to create a team page (please name your team "School/Organization Name- Sport")

-Invite your athletes to join your team and create their own individual pages, using your new team page link.

 

To DONATE:

-Select the team or league you'd like to support from the “TEAM LEADERBOARD” tab

-Click the “DONATE TO THIS FUNDRAISER” button.

 

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To This Fundraiser

$18

MONEY RAISED
  • Barbara Valladares

    $18

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The Team: $18 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

Donor Comments

Barbara Valladares

Barbara Valladares

DONATION: $18

For Alyssa, play strong, live strong, in loving memory of those we lost and in support of those who are survivors. 2 years ago