Your vote could mean $100,000 for Community Cancer Fund
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Community Cancer Fund provides funds to help bridge gaps in care for local cancer patients, their families and organizations that serve them. And they just a couple of minutes of your time – to vote for Mark Few.
Gonzaga University Men’s Basketball Coach, Mark Few, is one of 48 of the nation’s top NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball coaches participating in ESPN’s Coaches’ Charity Challenge. Competing coaches count on their fans for votes to advance in the tournament-like competition. Coaches receiving the most votes advance to the next round every three weeks and the top vote-getters will eventually gain a spot in the finals. The winning coach will receive $100,000 toward his charity of choice. For the third year in a row, Few has chosen his votes to support Community Cancer Fund.
“This community and the fight against cancer have been very important to me and Marcy for years,” explains Coach Few. “By participating in this national challenge, I saw a great opportunity to partner with Community Cancer Fund and raise money for local cancer patients and their families.”
Few is the only coach in the Inland Northwest participating in this year’s Coaches Challenge. For the past two years, he’s advanced to the second round, totaling $15,000 for Community Cancer Fund.
The Community Cancer Fund is a non-profit dedicated to fighting cancer in the Inland Northwest by funding local cancer prevention and screening programs, supporting cancer patients and their families at every stage of illness and recovery, as well as providing groundbreaking local research.
“I’m asking everyone to take a small amount of time every day to help make a difference in the lives of local cancer patients,” says Few.
Support Community Cancer Fund by voting for Few at www.votecoachfew.com. Fans can create a username and cast their votes once per day. Just a couple of minutes of your time could mean local cancer patients win big.