How You Can Help The Louisville Women Raise Money For Cancer Research
The Louisville Cardinals will participate in the 2018 Play4Kay Free Throw Challenge, the largest fundraising initiative of the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
During the month of February, Louisville fans can compete against fans from universities across the country with each free throw the Cardinals hit.
To support the Louisville Women, you can make a pledge for every free throw the Cardinals make during the month of February. To make a pledge, click here.
The money raised will go towards the Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s mission to extend and improve the lives of those battling cancer.
You can keep up with Louisville’s progress on the National Leaderboard. The team that raises the most money will be crowned champion.
Louisville hosts its annual Play4Kay “Pink Out” game on Thursday, February 22nd. The Cardinals will wear pink uniforms.
Pink t-shirts, benefiting Gilda’s Club, will be available for purchase at the game. Cancer survivors will be recognized at halftime.
For more information, visit GoCards.com/wbbpink.
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