Kick For the Cure Soccer
Kick for the Cure Soccer is a charity soccer game that raises awareness for breast cancer and is an excellent way to support your local hospital. All proceeds raised from the kickoff game go to the Grand River Hospital Foundation, which provides services and support to the region’s residents. The team will play a match on January 2 against Richmond High School, and all tickets will be sold in pink. The first 100 people to purchase a pin will receive a free game shirt, and everyone else who attends can purchase a pink pin from the concession stand.
Kick for the Cure includes both Division I and II college teams, as well as high school soccer teams. The tournament also features autograph sessions with college players after the games. In its first year, the program raised less than $5,000, but it has grown significantly. The game will take place at the Smith River Sports Complex in Martinsville, and the community is encouraged to attend. The competition will feature a number of different events, including a socially distanced run, an auctioned-off of various items, and an open competition between two or three of the competing teams.
The event also includes soccer games. The Southwestern College and Bethel College teams will play on Saturday, Oct. 16. The two teams will wear pink shirts to support the cause. The event will feature an auction and a special program honoring the life of Liz Karnes, a cancer survivor who died at the age of 30. In addition, the team will be wearing special T-shirts featuring the “Kick for the Cure” logo to commemorate the day.
The Kick for the Cure soccer tournament is an annual fundraiser for breast cancer awareness. Throughout the years, thousands of kids have joined this event to support the cause. In addition to helping patients, Kicks raises money for local research and education. By raising awareness and funds, the Kick for the Cure event has raised over $3 million for the organization. The game will also feature a game for fans of the Pleasanton Academy.
After the game, the high school teams will sell 50-cent raffle tickets for a chance to win a free burger. The proceeds from the burgers will go to the Mid-Kansas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The event is free to attend and is a culmination of many efforts to fight the disease. It is also a great opportunity to support the community’s local teams and to celebrate the power of sports.
In addition to the Kickin’ It at The ‘Vern event, GW soccer will host a brunch prior to both matches. Both teams will play Temple and Saint Louis on October 17; the women will play Charlotte on Senior Day. Afterwards, students are encouraged to attend the men’s game against Charlotte. The event is part of GW Spirit Week, and the cheer and dance teams will perform at both games.
Breast Cancer Bra Auction Benefits NWSL Women’s Soccer Team
Toni Pressley discovered a pea-sized lump in her right breast last year and used her shock to inspire others. The defender had double mastectomy surgery to remove the cancer. Afterwards, she created a special bra line for the NWSL. Proceeds from the sale of the bras will go to the Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation, which provides services to the local community and funds research for the disease.
Each t-shirt will feature the names of those who have battled breast cancer. The team is also creating posters of their loved ones. They will wear pink socks, and each player will wear a special pink shirt that says “I’m a survivor of breast cancer.” The game will be broadcast live on ESPN and will feature two halftime shows, which will be followed by halftime talks. The Trojans will also honor Dr. Kelly, who passed away after a short battle with breast and ovarian cancer.
The game will be televised on Pac-12 Networks and will kick off at 7:00 pm. The match will be a fundraiser for the cause, and the UW women’s soccer team will be wearing pink to honor her. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to the match. The team’s gynecologist will join the team as the honorary captain, and there will be a special tribute to her in the stands.
The Orlando Pride team announced Pressley’s diagnosis in August of 2019. In a tweet, she promised that she would be back on the pitch soon. The game was also the last game of the 2019 season. And Pressley did it. The shirts sold at the auction were a perfect way to support the cause. Despite the devastating news, the ladies soccer team is determined to be as positive as possible. So far, the Orlando Pride has been a positive step in helping to fight breast cancer.
The players and coaches of the Little Rock soccer team are committed to supporting Pressley through the entire recovery process. The team also encourages fans to wear pink to support the cause of breast cancer awareness month. They can also watch the games live at home and follow the links below. She will continue to play with her teammates until her surgery. However, the news is still too early to tell how her recovery will turn out. Fortunately, the positives outweigh the negatives.