Presentation on theme: "Why We Wear Pink PINK OUT Football Game Friday, October 25."— Presentation transcript:
Why We Wear Pink PINK OUT Football Game Friday, October 25
Breast Cancer Touches All of Us Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer to strike American women. One in 8 women will be diagnosed with Breast cancer in their lifetimes.
Breast Cancer Touches All of Us Believe it or not, breast cancer affects men, too. One in 100 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetimes. Its likely everyone in our advisory knows someone who has battled breast cancer.
Lets do the numbers We have 1093 female Warriors. Statistically, how many could be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetimes? 137
Lets do the numbers We have 1082 male Warriors. Statistically, how many could be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetimes? 11
6 There are 2.8 million breast cancer survivors alive today in the United States.
Good News on Breast Cancer The survival rate has continued to go up since 1989due to AWARENESS, EARLY DETECTION, AND RESEARCH THAT HAS LED TO MORE TREATMENTS.
Thats Why We Wear Pink We raise awareness – so you can help others and help yourself We raise $ to support services to cancer patients and to support research Student Store – selling T shirts Cheer Leaders selling items at football gameCheer Leaders selling items at football game Pink Out SaturdayPink Out Saturday
Pink Out Saturday Come to PHS on Saturday, October 26 from 9am-1pm and support the fight against breast cancer.
Pink Out Saturday You can sign up as an individual or a team to collect pledges and walk our courseyou can even sign up as an advisory class PHS clubs, teams and classes will have games and food boothsjust like a carnival
Pink Out Saturday Pink Ribbon PlaceAll proceeds go to support the Pink Ribbon Place to provide support right here in Riverside County
Show Your Support Wear Pink on Friday, October 25 Come to the football game Friday night against Jurupa Valley– lets fill the stands with Pink!