Club teams across the nation are showing their support for cancer patients and research this season. The Dig Pink® Tour is part of a national movement that is activating the power and teamwork of the volleyball community to beat cancer. We invite you and your team to help by creating cards and raising funds for research, and wearing pink on day 2 of tournaments.
Your club has the opportunity to spread hundreds of smiles this season and qualify for prizes while doing it. Through the Assist Project, club teams across the country create cards for cancer patients while raising money for research through a pledge drive. Pledges can be parents, grandparents, friends or whomever you want to fund you and your teammates in this mission. Use your social media network to show your participation and support for this project with #DigPink. Encourage your friends and family to donate to your team’s campaign page by tagging three people in your posts.The Assist Project has four easy steps: Raise, Design, Share and Send. Get started now!
|1. RAISE||2. DESIGN|
|COLLECT FUNDS FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH||CREATE CARDS FOR CANCER PATIENTS|
Create a team campaign page @ www.side-out.org
Send 10 emails to friends and family
Watch your team’s donation grow
Purchase your card making supplies
Review the card design guidelines
Host a party for your team to make cards
|3. SHARE||4. SEND|
|POST YOUR DESIGN ONLINE||MAIL CARDS AND FUNDS TO GET YOUR TEAM’S SHIRTS|
|Take a photo of your card and upload it to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.
Use #DigPink and tag three friends to encourage them to donate to Side-Out via your campaign page
Fill out the “Package Details Form”
Mail in your form, cards, and funds by MARCH 14
Receive your Assist Project shirts to wear at regionals
Show your team’s support by wearing pink on the second day of every multi-day event. Coordinate with your team to create your own shirts or visit Shop Dig Pink® to order shirts, jerseys and more. Don’t forget to take a team picture and post online with #DigPink. Check out the great prizes you and your team can win!
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