Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office Joins Forces with the American Cancer Society Real Men Wear Pink of Lynchburg to Fight Breast Cancer

Lynchburg Sheriff Don Sloan and the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office needs your help to make a difference in the fight against Breast Cancer.  We have partnered with the largest cancer fighting organization in the world and have stepped up to be a sponsor for the “Real Men Wear Pink of Lynchburg Fundraiser.”

What is “Real Men Wear Pink”?

Real Men Wear Pink is a program that works alongside “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” events by giving communities the opportunity to nominate local male leaders that can spearhead fundraising for the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer initiatives. Every dollar raised helps the American Cancer Society save lives from breast cancer through early detection and prevention, innovative breast cancer research, and patient support.

The Power of Pink + Commitment + Partnership = Success

The formula is simple. The Power of Pink empowered with individual commitment combined with the partnership of local leaders equals a success! Sheriff Sloan and the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office, along with other local representatives from the Lynchburg community have joined to together to make a difference in the fight against cancer.

2020 Fund Raising Struggle

The 2020 obstacle we are dealing with is called COVID-19.  This obstacle has made the fundraising efforts for the fight against breast cancer even harder to accomplish.

Past Pink Success

Success is achieved when communities come together to fight breast cancer, great things happen.  In 2018, the Power of Pink raised more than 9.5 million.  I know this sounds like a lot of money, but more is needed to achieve the final goal.

What is the goal?

The goal is to win the fight, and to live in a world without breast cancer!

How do I donate?

You can donate by clicking the link HERE.

Please remember that no donation is too big or too small!  The American Cancer Society is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) and is tax deductible.

Thank you for partnering with us against Breast Cancer!

 

Sheriff Donald T. Sloan

and the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office Staff

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