Pink'd Around Town

A COMMUNITY THAT SUPPORTS ONE ANOTHER THRIVES TOGETHER

We appreciate the continued support from businesses and organizations in our community who are making the Project Pink'd mission part of their culture by hosting a variety of fundraising activities to support our organization.

Supporting Local Survivors Builds Stronger Families, Workplaces and Communities.

 

October 26 & October 27
Following the success of last year’s event, fans will once again have the opportunity to paint the rink pink with names, messages of hope or stories to honor and support those affected by cancer. With a donation of any size, fans will receive a paint brush and pink paint to participate immediately following the game on Friday, Oct. 26. Those creations and messages on display will be part of the ice on Saturday, Oct. 27 when the Stars and Tri-City Storm play on Pink In The Rink Night. The Stars will wear special pink-themed jerseys that will be auctioned to the public post-game. Proceeds to benefit Project Pink'd.

SOCKTOBER is here! Once again, we will be selling socks to benefit Project Pink'd. Let's raise awareness and support for Breast Cancer survivors by ROCKING OUR SOCKS! Purchase a pack or several of funky socks! For every purchase Project Pink'd receives 100% of the profits, and on top of that, for every pack of funky socks purchased, a pair of fun socks will be donated to cancer patients receiving treatment!

Get 6 Weeks of Amazing Kid’s Martial Arts classes for ONLY $34.50 (Regular: $69). PLUS we’ll throw in a FREE Uniform!

ALL funds will be donated to Project Pink’d.

This month you will see Deputies sporting a Pink Patch. This patch represents an effort to raise money for cancer patients. Each deputy has a “why” as to they are wearing the new patch. You can purchase one for your “why” as well. Stop by the Sheriff’s Office 9-3 and purchase yours for $10.

Proceeds to benefit Project Pink'd.

I've Been Pink'd
I've Been Pink'd

Every Day in October

During the month of October, Superior Honda Omaha and Acura of Omaha will donate $50 to Project Pink'd for every car sold. Visit Pink'd Thrivers in the showrooms every Saturday.

Join the Omaha Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 385 and shine your Pink'd lights bright during the third annual #OmahaPinkdOut campaign. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, stop by the Union Hall, 60th and Grover, to purchase a pink light bulb for the exterior of your home and "Light it Up Pink'd" in October. Light bulbs and flood lights are available for purchase for $5 and ball caps are also available for $20. All profits will be donated to Project Pink’d.

The Plattsmouth Police Department is participating with 300 agencies across the nation, 14 in Nebraska, in the Pink Patch Project! Patches are $10 each. T-shirts are also available.

All the money raised will support Project Pink'd.

Light up Carter Lake during the month of October.

The Bellevue Police Department is participating with 300 agencies across the nation, 14 in Nebraska, in the Pink Patch Project! Patches are $10 each.

All the money raised will support Project Pink'd.

The Blair Police Department is proud to join 300 agencies across the country and 14 local Nebraska agencies on the Pink Patch project in 2018! Patches are $10.00 per patch.

The money raised with be donated to Project Pink’d.

Order Now Through September 15

Lincoln Firefighters Local 644 are selling shirts to raise money for Project Pink'd.

Amazing Race for Charity
Amazing Race for Charity

October 27 | Omaha, NE

Midwest Regional Health Services is hosting an Amazing Race with all proceeds benefiting Project Pink'd.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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