• Oct. 6 2020
  • Village Administrator

Partner Promotions! Buckle


Buckle and their 450 retail stores in 42 states team with the American Cancer Society as the national sponsor of ACS Denim Days, and engage in cause promotions including during select times donating $1 to the American Cancer Society for every pair of regular-priced jeans purchased in-store and online, donate 20% of the sale price of select t-shirts, and give their in-store guests an opportunity to support the Society by “Rounding Up” their purchase to the nearest dollar.


Running From 10/4/20 To 10/25/20

Guaranteed Contribution: $350,000



The American Cancer Society couldn’t do what we do without the support of our partners. Learn more about these partnerships and how you too can join us in our mission to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.


*Any links provided to websites of other companies are for convenience and are not an endorsement of a service or product.

  • Oct. 5 2020
  • Village Administrator

Racial Gap in Lung Cancer Rates Declines

Black/White Disparity in Lung Cancer Incidence Reversed or Eliminated among Young Adults



A trend of higher lung cancer incidence rates in young Black people versus young white people in the United States has flipped, with the Black/white gap disappearing in men and reversing in women. The changing trends coincide with steeper declines in smoking in Black Americans, according to a new study, which appears in JNCI Cancer Spectrum.


  • Oct. 2 2020
  • Glenn Callihan

You are all heroes!

If you are using this platform, I can assure you that you are a hero!  We had the pleasure of famous basketball coach, Phil Martelli, joining our Southwest FL Real Men Wear Pink Throwdown last night.  Coach Martelli gave an impassioned speach to the RMWP participants and described what it means to be a hero.  While he was speaking to them, his message is just as relevant to each of you, whether you are volunteers or staff.  I would highly recommend listening to this 10 minute message from Coach Martelli and together, we will CRUSH cancer!


  • Oct. 1 2020
  • Rox @Admin Bouey

Revealing our National #GoldTogether Champions Campaign Impact

Tonight! October 1st @ 8pm ET


  • Sep. 30 2020
  • Village Administrator

Breast Cancer Screening is Still Important During the COVID-19 Pandemic

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and The American Cancer Society is urging women to talk to their doctors to find out what's best for them

ATLANTA, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, elective medical procedures, including cancer screening, were largely put on hold to prioritize urgent needs and reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in healthcare settings. One consequence of this has been a substantial decline in cancer screening.

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