The Marist women’s soccer team will host its fifth annual Pink Out game on Saturday, Oct. 25, when the Red Foxes host Monmouth in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) match. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Tenney Stadium, and admission is free and open to the public.
In honor of Miles of Hope, the Marist Athletics Department will recognize breast cancer survivors with a special on-field ceremony. Survivors who would like to be involved in this ceremony are encouraged to contact Assistant Athletics Director for External Affairs, Andy Alongi, via email at email@example.com.
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On Saturday, September 21st, 2013 the Marist Women’s Soccer Team will take on the Manhattan Jaspers in the fourth annual PINK OUT game.
In honor of the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation, the Red Foxes invite all survivors to participate in the pregame ceremonies at Tenney Stadium where they will be honored by walking on the field with the players at the start of the game. Calling ALL Survivors: To be introduced at the game, sign up by emailing the Marist Athletic Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 845-575-3699 ext. 2329.
There will be official Red Foxes Women’s Soccer/Miles of Hope t-shirts for sale, plenty of giveaways, and recognition of all breast cancer survivors who attend the match. All merchandise proceeds go to benefit Miles of Hope. The survivor ceremony is at 3:45 pm and the game kicks off at 4 pm.
The 2012-13 Tear It Up! schedule continues on Friday, February 15, with the basketball teams’ doubleheader against University Athletic Association (UAA) foe Washington University.
The Tear It Up! is also the NYU’s Department of Athletics’ sixth annual Pink Zone event. NYU Athletics, with assistance from the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), will be raising money to benefit Miles of Hope. Last year, NYU Athletics raised more than $2,600 to benefit Miles of Hope through its Pink Zone event.
The Tear It Up! and Pink Zone events start at 5:45 pm at the Jerome S. Coles Sports Center. The women’s basketball contest against the 13th-ranked Bears tips off at 6:00 pm, while the men’s basketball team’s game against 17th-ranked Washington begins at 8:00 pm.
All NYU students in attendance will receive food and a t-shirt with a suggested donation of $3 to Miles of Hope. All others in attendance can purchase a t-shirt with a $15 donation to Miles of Hope.
Every year, Adams runs a pin up program to honor Miles of Hope.
“This year was our most successful year ever for the Pin Up programs,” explained Jenn Noll. “All of the cashiers got very competitive with each other and Miles of Hope is the beneficiary!”
“We are indebted to all 4 Adams locations for their dedication to the cause of breast cancer awareness,” said Pari Forood. “The donations from this program will go to support services for people affected by breast cancer in the 8 counties of the Hudson Valley.”
Edward Kowalski, chef and owner of Crave Restaurant (129 Washington Street, Poughkeepsie) and Lola’s Cafe (131 Washington St.) has donated over $800 from promotions run during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“We wanted to give back to all of our customers and patrons who are affected by this disease,” explained Chef Kowalski.
Pictured with Mr. Kowalski and Pari Forood, Executive Director of Miles of Hope (photo-left) is Rachel Ross (purple sweater) recent breast cancer survivor and Miles of Hope volunteer.
“Crave catered my wedding,” Mrs. Ross explained, “and 3 weeks later, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Ever since that moment, Ed has been a big supporter of mine. When he realized that Crave and Lola’s wanted to honor me and all those affected by breast cancer in the Hudson Valley, I told him about Miles of Hope. He was very impressed that Miles of Hope is right here in the Hudson Valley and that all of his donation will go to help people in our area,” Mrs. Ross said.
UPDATE See the article in the Poughkeepsie Journal
The Brake Shop on Route 9 in Wappingers Falls ran a promotion in April and May to raise money for the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation. For every brake job in April and May, the Brake Shop made a donation to the charity.
In the attached photo owner Mike Spinelli (email@example.com) is shown presenting a check for $450 to Miles of Hope Executive Director, Pari Forood.
Miles of Hope is a 501-c-3, non profit, public charity with a mission to fund support services for people affected by breast cancer in the 8 counties of the Hudson Valley, NY.