Let`s be social! Turn your communication into interactive dialogue via Relay For Life! By using social media, you are able to reach a global audience. Get more people and know and participate in Relay For Life, Southlake. Visit our website at www.relayforlife.org/southlaketx. You can find us on Facebook: Southlake Relay For Life. Our Twitter manle is @RFLSouthlake; Be sure to use #SLRelay15 in your tweets. You will receive text updates text messages on the Southlake event via SMS 5413 to 22723. Be sure to share your fundraising activities, brilliant ideas and personal relay stories on each of our social networks. Do you have any questions? Email us to our Social Networking Chair Cathy Bergstrom in [email protected] Teens Must Complete Youth Participation Agreement For Overnight Stay Students who wish to stay all night at this fundraising event, must have a parental pass and an official bracelet to stay after midnight.
Authorization forms will be distributed at the team`s last captains` meeting on Wednesday, April 16, at the CISD Administration Center. Click here to download the Youth Participation Agreement or email Tracey Flores at [email protected] On Bankday, wristbands are made available to all The Bank Day team captains for the night. Only students who raise $100 can spend the night. relay.acsevents.org/site/DocServer/Chaperone_Agreement.pdf?docID=450597 The American Cancer Society`s Relay For Life Movement is the world`s largest fundraising event to end cancer. More than 5,000 relay events will take place nationally and municipalities around the world are joining forces to defend against the disease. With every dollar, you help people affected by every cancer in every community, including those currently involved in a cancer diagnosis, those who could make a diagnosis in the future, and those who can avoid diagnosis because of education and risk reduction. The North Central Cook County Relay For Life includes Arlington Heights, Des Plains, Mount Prospect, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights and Wheeling, Illinois. Together, we are a larger, stronger, united community that works together for the same cause! Make a donation or donation for our on-site draw.
More than ever, cancer survivors and their caregivers need our support. In Illinois, the American Cancer Society offers a variety of service and support programs.