James VanSteel's Fundraising Page (Last day!)
One in seven fathers, sons, brothers, partners, and friends will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, the second deadliest cancer among men, including more than 180,000 throughout the U.S. this year alone.
Last year I was humbled to recieve your support for this fundraising campaign as I did essentially nothing but grow my sub-par facial hair out. This November, I'm participating in the same team of fundraisers again by putting down the razor and picking up the cause. I will not shave for 30 days (Nov 6th - Dec 6th) and grow something resembling a beard in solidarity with sufferers and survivors. The Grow & Give campaign with ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer seeks to support research, awareness, and community support for men who are at risk (everyone) and those who have already been diangosed with the disease.
Any amount you can donate helps in this cause, and as part of a larger team particularly supporting my buddy Matt's family effort, this November we can really make a difference toward reducing the prevalence of and suffering associated with prostate cancer. The ultimate goal is defeat this disease altogether, and real progress is being made as we speak!
Donations are all tax-deductible and will go towards funding research, patient programs that go directly to helping men and their families, free testing, educational programs, and more. Not to mention your efforts will help keep families together and save lives.
Thank you so much for your time and help!!
***Copied from the Marks family team page***
"Welcome to the Grow & Give team of the Marks Brothers (no, not those Marx brothers)
Joey and I started this team on behalf of our grandfather, who is a prostate cancer survivor, an avid fisherman, philanthropist, and one of the greatest people you'll ever meet.
Our goal is simple: raise as much money and awareness as we can to help keep as many families together as we can just like ours has been able to all of these years. If it wasn't for his urologiest and the breakthroughs in research discovered through fundraising campaigns such as this one."
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