For the past eight years, the Wyandotte Roosevelt DECA chapter has been holding a Community Service Football Game in coordination with the Wyandotte Football Program.
This year, we are proud to partner with the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital to support life-changing pediatric cancer research with the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer campaign.
September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. You can help us by supporting our many exciting events happening over the summer and culminating with the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer Football Game on Friday, September 21 at Roosevelt High School.
We are so proud of the Wyandotte community, and look forward to making this our best year yet!
You can get involved in a variety of ways:
Make a donation or start a fundraising team
• Make a personal donation to the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer campaign or choose your favorite fundraiser/team and support their efforts.
• Start your own fundraising team. You’ll find it easy to register, recruit teammates and start raising money quickly.
Spreading the word
• Use your social media channels to talk about the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer campaign.
• Encourage others to share your content with their networks to boost donations and build awareness.
• Purchase and wear a limited edition Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer t-shirt. Get your shirt here.
Get your business involved
• Sponsor a jersey for the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer Football Game by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Sell promotional cards, add the participant name and display them on the wall.
• Add a donation line to credit card receipts or allow patrons to round up their bill to the nearest dollar and donate the proceeds back.
• Keep a spare change donation box near the register.
We are fighting for the future every child deserves.
Join us. Every person plays an important role in the fight to Block Out Cancer.
For more information about the Wyandotte Blocks Out Cancer campaign, please contact email@example.com.
To learn more about pediatric cancer research at Mott, visit www.blockoutcancer.org.