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2012 Breast Cancer Research Lacrosse Showcase To Benefit The Stefanie Spielman Fund
Burning River Lacrosse is teaming up with Renegade Brands (Sweat X detergent) and Dick's Sporting Goods to bring you our 3rd annual Breast Cancer Research Fund Raiser (see all sponsors) to benefit the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. View Pre Event Press Release
This fund supports laboratory discoveries that are being translated into effective treatments and new drugs for breast cancer patients, as well as other research. Since 1999 the fund has raised more than $8.5 million.
If you have any questions about the Fall Breast Cancer Research Fund Raiser please feel free to contact Woody Calleri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-373-5684.
This year’s event had the following results:
Mrs Perez's Speech
For a copy of Mrs. Perez's inspirational speeches please click the links below
Where Is The Event Held? At What Time Is The Event Held?
This year’s event will be held on Sunday October 14, 2012 at Hawken School's Walton Stadium, located at 12465 County Line Road, Chesterland.
The event features top tier college lacrosse teams from
This year's game tentative game schedule is below. The games will start at 10 AM and finish at 4:30 PM.
The teams are paired up on the field to show their talents, have some fun and reach out and make a difference in the lives of others in the community.
How Can I Help? (See Our Sponsors)
This year's event goals are to raise $10,000 and sell 1,000 tickets.
There are many ways to help us raise money, run a successful event and / or get the word out to local and national newspaper, television, and radio outlets about the 2012 College Lacrosse Showcase to benefit the Stefanie Speilman Fund for Breast Cancer Research and its efforts to support laboratory discoveries that are being translated into effective treatments and new drugs for breast cancer patients. You can:
How Can I Purchase Tickets / Attend? (100% Of Ticket Sales Goes To The Charity)
Tickets (Presale): Adults $5; Students/Youth $5; 2012 Fall League Participants FREE.
Tickets (Day of): Adults $8; Students/Youth $8; Under 2 and Attendees wearing a 2012 event T-shirt $5
To purchase Tickets online please do the following:
How Can I Purchase Event Gear?
In addition to ticket sales, we will also be selling specially design shorts (our BR/Chipotle shorts), Dry-Fit Shirts and T-shirts. The price list is below:
All proceeds from the clothing sales will be donated to the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research.
To purchase the Dry-Fit Shirts, T-shirts or Shorts online please do the following:
How Can I Volunteer To Help?
If you are interest in donating your time and effort to help ensure a quality event we would love to have you help. To that end, we need people to help with the following: ticket takers, concessions workers, parking, t-shirt / short sales, field preparation, ball boys, etc.
If you are willing to help please contact RON BLUE at email@example.com.
What Is The Stefanie Spielman Foundation?
The Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute is a foundation devoted to advancing research in breast cancer. The fund supports laboratory discoveries that are being translated into effective treatments and new drugs for breast cancer patients, as well as other research. Since 1999, more than $8.5 million has been raised.
Currently, the fund is focused on supporting the following areas: Cancer Imaging (targeted molecular pharmaceuticals for imaging and therapy of cancer), New Drug Development (treatment and cure), and Tissue Archiving Services (allows for promising genes/ proteins to be quickly tested for their importance and relevance).
To find out more about how the fund supports breast cancer research at the OSUCCC-James and about how you can help, visit www.spielmanfund.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SpielmanFund.
2012 Fundraiser's Goals And How You Can Help
This year's team goals are to raise $10,000 and sell 1,000 tickets.
There are many ways to help us raise money and get the word out to local and national newspaper, television, and radio outlets about the Breast Cancer Research Lacrosse Fundraiser To Benefit The Stefanie Spielman Fund and its efforts to help those struggling with breast cancer and their families during their time of need. You can:
You can make a tax deductible monetary donation (even a few pennies help) to help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 to help those struggling with breast cancer and their families during their time of need. The Stefanie Spielman Fund is recognized by the IRS as a valid 501(c) (3) organization. Click on the link to donate
Once on the page, enter in the amount you would like to donate and then click “Complete Your Gift.” On the next page you can confirm that the amount you would like to donate is correct and select the option “This Gift is in Honor of Someone.” Please fill out the top line, making the donation in honor of Burning River, so that we have an idea of how much we were able to raise.
You can also donate by sending a check made out to The Stefanie Spielman Fund to:
Burning River Lacrosse
2154 Arthur Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
Do you have a family member, friend, or neighbor that knows a local celebrity (sports, news, political, etc) that you could speak to about helping with the event? It could be anything from raffle items, to website/twitter support, to an appearance at the event.
You can put the event information on your Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn account pages. You can send the event information to family, friends, neighbors. Do you/someone you know belong to an Alumni association that you could forward the information to? Do you/someone you know belong to a local group that might be willing to send the information to its members (Kiwanis, Optimist Club, etc.)
Do you have a family member, friend, neighbor, coworker with contacts at local media outlets? If so would you be willing to contact them about doing a story on the event?