Pink Tie Guy Fundraiser



46% Raised of$25,000 Goal

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EVENT DATE: Oct 01, 2017

DEADLINE TO GIVE: Oct 31, 2017

Pink Tie Guy is a platform to allow men who support breast cancer warriors by raising funds for the Donna M Saunders Foundation (DMSF). Some of our Pink Tie Guys have a personal experience with breast cancer, while others understand the need and support the fight against the disease. All of them are behind our efforts to raise funds to continue the fight to provide resources for those experiencing cancer treatments and who are in need of financial relief, as well as to educate communities on cancer awareness. During the month of October, our guys will engage in a little friendly competition to help the DMSF raise funds by rallying their friends, family and associates to sponsor their efforts with a “click" and submit donations for the race of raising the most funds for the foundation. The guy to raise the most money by the end of the month will be named DMSF Inc Pink Tie Guy of the year.


About the Donna M. Saunders Foundation

The Donna M. Saunders Foundation For Breast Cancer Education and Support was founded in January 2012. The foundation was created to honor a remarkable daughter, sister, aunt and friend, who lost her battle with breast cancer in August 2010. The goals of the foundation are to provide educational awareness to the public about the disease and financial support to breast cancer patients. It is our hope to provide support to those in need as they receive treatment for breast cancer and to ensure that people are educated about the disease to assist in the prevention. The founding members were Nardos King, Stacia Shields, Tracy Brown, Darling Richards, Jacqueline Lee, Rodney Ramsour, Sonya Bethea and Bronte Montgomery. Darlene Akers replaced Rodney Ramsour in March 2013.


Our Mission

The Donna M. Saunders Foundation, Inc. is committed to providing educational awareness to the public about breast cancer and financial support to breast cancer patients.