The Penn State Cancer Institute fights cancer on every front – through prevention, early detection, and education. LVC Men’s Lacrosse Program is dedicated to helping this fight.
This past weekend the LVC Men's Lacrosse Team played in the 11th Annual Crosse Out Cancer Game but more importantly they each played for a cause bigger than themselves. They wore ribbons, ink, and colored socks/shoes to remember or honor their loved ones who fought the battle against cancer. They played with heart and left it all on the field.
It was beautiful and heart-wrenching.
The Crosse Out Cancer Game begins in 1 hour! The players are wearing ribbons in memory or honor of family and friends. Please check out our campaign website to hear impact stories in picture and video messages. Please consider a donation today!
In addition, we would appreciate if you would share the campaign through email, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. No one Fights Alone! Game is livestreamed through godutchmen.com. #GODUTCHMEN
The Crosse Out Cancer Game is 1 day away! Please take the time to view the heartfelt impact stories shared by the Lebanon Valley Men's Lacrosse Players that have been posted on our campaign page all week. We would also appreciate it if you would consider sharing our campaign page via email, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. No one fights alone!
To date - we have raised over $5k. With 7 days left, we hope everyone will join us to promote and share our campaign on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter in order to meet our goal of $10k. Lebanon Valley Men's Lacrosse Crosse Out Cancer Game is next Saturday, April 15th and we hope you are as excited as us to raise money for the Penn State Cancer Institute!
Did you know LVC Men's lacrosse players will wear custom lavender jerseys for the Crosse Out Cancer Game?
In addition, different color embroidered ribbon appliques were purchased so players could wear them in honor or memory of loved ones.
Follow along and share our campaign page as we post their stories through videos and pictures.
Can’t donate? Please share. Even a quick share on Facebook can help.
The average share raises $97.