Fund the Fight at the 50th Annual AAU Nationals Tournament
This season we’ve set an ambitious goal to raise $25,000 and with your support, we know we can do it. The funds we raise directly impact people living with a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis and the more we raise, the more people we’re able to enroll in our life-extending research program.
Make sure to wear pink on June 16th, 20th, 24th & 28th!! to show your support! You can also help us meet our goal by registering your team’s fundraising campaign so we can help more people living with metastatic breast cancer see more tomorrows.
How You Can Show Your Support!
1. FUNDRAISE TO CHANGE THE FUTURE OF CANCER CARE
Dollars raised have real impact on real people.
Just $2,000 can help a person living with metastatic breast cancer receive a comprehensive analysis with life-extending treatments.
2. PINK OUT THE COURTS ON DIG PINK DAYS
Make a spectacle & bring visibility to our mission.
Let’s show those living with metastatic breast cancer that the sport of volleyball has their backs with a spectacle of solidarity!
3. PLAY FOR A CAUSE
Play hard for yourself, your team, and for those living with cancer.
Honor & inspire people living with metastatic breast cancer by giving it your all on game day.
Let’s work towards a future where breast cancer is no longer terminal by working as a team making the impossible possible
2023 AAU Funds the Fight
The Side-Out Foundation is proud to partner with the AAU Junior National Volleyball Championships in support of our goal of raising $25,000 to fund our life-extending metastatic breast cancer research program.
The Side-Out Foundation works for a future where breast cancer isn’t terminal.
Everyone’s cancer is different: Our precision medicine approach focuses on finding the right treatment for the right patient at the right time to give more time to those living with metastatic breast cancer while changing the future of cancer care.
Every $2,000 raised allows us to provide precision medicine and an individualized treatment plan to a person living with metastatic breast cancer.
MBC patients too often have to be their own advocates, so we’re changing that!