Xavier High School football team and the Mercy High School cheerleaders are raising funds to help the American Cancer Society fight the fight against cancer. The Xavier High School community is committed to using their talents in service to help others in need. We hope to raise $3,000 through donations from the student body, alumni, parents and community members. All proceeds will go directly to the American Cancer Society to help with the fight against cancer as well as help with early detection, access to screenings and education. We hope that you will join us to help FIGHT FOR A CAUSE!!
Since 2009, the National Football League (NFL) and the American Cancer Society have teamed up in the fight against cancer through the Crucial Catch initiative. Each year, youth and high school teams from across the country do their part to raise awareness and funds to help save lives from cancer. You can help, too. Don’t sit on the bench! Join Youth Crucial Catch and help us intercept cancer.
What is Crucial Catch?: The Crucial Catch program focuses on early detection, education, and access to screenings that can catch cancer early, when it may be easier to treat. Participating clubs work to extend the reach of the NFL’s national program through local grassroots efforts focused on promoting cancer screenings, honoring cancer survivors, and planning special in-stadium or pre-game events in partnership with the American Cancer Society. Through these efforts, teams can help intercept cancer in their hometowns by supporting the program in ways that meet the needs of their communities.
This partnership has raised $18 million in support of the American Cancer Society’s mission to save lives from cancer by funding grants to help people in underserved communities receive potentially lifesaving screening resources.