“The Ribbon Colors of Cancer”
GOLD represents skin cancer. Did you know that each year 3 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer and 8 million are diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma? Gaining an early detection is vital and again the risk rises as we age.
BLACK represents the color for melanoma. Please check your skin often. Have your doctor check any spots on your regular visits. The A–B–C–D–E‘s are an important way to assess certain marks on your skin:
- Color change
- Diameter (any mole or skin lesion that is larger than a standard pencil eraser indicates possible skin cancer)
- Evolution of the mole
Dec. 15, 2017 – We are in need of additional volunteers for the Fashion Show on February 7, 2018 to help make The Ribbon Colors of Cancer a huge success.
If you have an interest in helping with donation collection, preparing gift bags, registration or any other area, please email Carol Shelton firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer (include your area of interest and contact number). Or fill out this short Volunteer Form.
Dec. 15, 2017 – For those who wish to sponsor a table at the luncheon please use this Commitment Form. The sponsorship donations for $150 and $250 include track signs at the Relay event at Rancho Resort on April 14. The $250 sponsorship also includes the designated name of your choice listed on the team T-shirts that we will wear all day at the Relay event. For those who only want a Table sign, the sponsorship fee is a $100 donation. For any questions please contact Ginny (email@example.com) or Carol (firstname.lastname@example.org).