Clements High School varsity football team donates breast cancer shirts

Clements High School varsity football team; cancer care navigator, Frances Goerlich; breast care navigator, Maria Socci and coach Keith Knowles.

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Breast Center received a donation of shirts from the Clements High School varsity football team along with their proud head coach Keith Knowles.

The refined young men of Clements varsity football team generously donated 20 post-mastectomy pocketed button-up shirts to the Breast Center. Their generosity and kindness is greatly appreciated and admired by the staff of Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital. The breast care navigator, Maria Socci stated, “I admire these young men’s selflessness; it is so kind of them to think of others and want to support the cause.”

Coach Keith Knowles always teaches his varsity team the importance of giving back to their community. Knowles approached his team captains with the idea of taking a portion of their fundraised money to buy post-mastectomy shirts for Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Breast Center instead of purchasing more football equipment this month. “I am amazed every day at the character and quality of my team,” says coach Keith Knowles.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – don’t forget to schedule your mammogram! For more information or to schedule online, visit houstonmethodist.org/sugarland and click the “Appointments & Online Scheduling” button on the right side of the screen, or call 281-242-PINK (7465).

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