Thursday, 16 September 2021 11:42

9th Annual Fundraising Campaign ‘Pink Bows on Broadway 2021’ Supports Floydwarriors.com

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Floydwarriors.com, Inc. ‘Helping Families Cope with Cancer, One Household at a Time” is currently selling pink satin tribute bows for its 8th Annual ‘Pink Bows on Broadway’ Campaign. This only annual fundraising drive by floydwarriors.com, gives individuals ($50 donation) and businesses ($250 donation) the opportunity to recognize heroes who have battled cancer or fought alongside someone who has. Three very special “Main Event Sponsorships” ($1,500) are open, as well.

All pink bows will be prominently displayed on Broadway in Saratoga Springs THROUGH October. Each bow is accompanied by a tribute card that allows the sponsor to celebrate individual heroes including survivors, lost loved ones, physicians, fundraising warriors, special caregivers, family/friends, and any other person that deserves recognition for their involvement in the war against cancer. 

All proceeds from the campaign will benefit floydwarriors.com, a 501 (C3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide real help in the home for families undergoing cancer treatment mainly by the way of meals, cleanings and support of childcare. Floydwarriors.com started in 2010 and for the past 9 years delivered its mission, “Dinner is Done, Dishes are Clean, and The Kids are OK!” 

All sponsorships are due by Sept. 25. To purchase a bow online visit Eventbrite’s (URL) campaign or visit www.floydwarriors.com

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