Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Methodist Sugar Land Hospital (MSLH) proudly accepted a check from the Sports Medicine Group of Kempner High School in the amount of $700, representing the results of a weeklong project raising funds to support breast cancer awareness during the month of October.
Methodist Orthopaedic Specialists of Texas sponsored 300 Go Pink t-shirts to all athletic training staff and student trainers of the Fort Bend Independent School District. The Kempner High School girls volley ball teams kicked off the project with a fundraising game and silent auction. The Kempner High School Sports Medicine group comprised of 10 girls sold “Cougars 4 Life” pink bracelets and educated students and staff on breast cancer through the school’s video announcement system. All staff at Kempner High School received a ribbon, brochure on breast cancer and a life saver to remind them that early detection is the key to saving lives.
Any school, business or organization interested in partnering to raise funds to further breast cancer treatment and awareness is encouraged to contact FBJSL at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-636-6272.