JOIN TEAM WIADCA IN “2013 MAKE STRIDES TO END BREAST CANCER WALK”

 

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Join WIADCA – West Indian American Day Carnival Association this Sunday October 20th, as we walk to “Make Strides To End Breast Cancer” 2013 in Prospect Park Brooklyn. Since Making Strides began 20 years ago, breast cancer death rates have declined more than 32 percent. The walk begins at 10:00am and “TEAM WIADCA” will meet at Lincoln & Ocean Ave for 9:00 am promptly. All Participants Are Asked To Make a Pledge

Our Goal is $1000.00

 HOW DONATIONS SAVE LIVES?

The American Cancer Society is putting your dollars to work now – doing the most in every community to help women with cancer today and working tirelessly to find cures to end the disease tomorrow. Since Making Strides began 20 years ago, breast cancer death rates have declined 32 percent.

The progress we’re making because of Making Strides supporters is nothing short of remarkable. But it is no time to rest. When more walkers raise money to fight breast cancer, there will be more survivors celebrating more birthdays. So, how does the money you raise help end breast cancer? With your support, we are saving lives by:

 

HELPING PEOPLE STAY WELL:

We help people understand what screening tests they need and the steps to take to protect themselves from breast cancer by developing prevention and early detection guidelines that are the industry standard.

 

PRE-REGISTER AT: wiadcainc@gmail.com

FOR MORE INFORMATION: 718-467-1797

MAIL PLEDGES TO: WIADCA 325 Rogers Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11225

WEBSITE:  www.wiadcacarnival.org

 

Please dress appropriately in comfortable clothing and good walking shoes. Snacks will be provided.

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