Tough Enough To Wear Pink
Tough Enough to Wear Pink
program has inspired many gifts to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer at the John T. Vucurevich Regional
Cancer Care Institute
at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Through programs like Tough Enough, donations have enabled the purchase of an ultrasound machine, equipment for a cancer treatment procedure called Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) and, most recently, towards the Tomotherapy program.
2014 TETWP Events
Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo ...
January 31 - Feb. 9
The Tough Enough to Wear Pink program is a fundraising campaign that takes place every year during the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo. Businesses and individuals in the Black Hills Region are challenged to wear pink in support of the fight against cancer. One-hundred percent of all the T-shirt proceeds benefit equipment purchases and cancer programs at the Regional Cancer Care Institute, located at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
Cowgirl Brunch ...
Saturday, February 1, 2014
The Cowgirl Pink Champagne Brunch began five years ago and takes place during the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo. This is an opportunity for cowgirls and city girls enjoying the Stock Show, some of the toughest women around, to enjoy some pampering to benefit people even tougher: Those battling cancer. One-hundred percent of all the ticket sales and silent auction proceeds benefit equipment purchases and cancer programs at the Regional Cancer Care Institute, located at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
Cowgirl Brunch in the news:
Pink at the Rink ...
Pink at the Rink takes place at a January Rapid City Rush
game. The local professional hockey team partners with the Rapid City Regional Hospital Foundation to raise money for equipment and programs at the Regional Cancer Care Institute. The Rush team auctions off their jerseys after the game, raising thousands of dollars for the local cancer institute.
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about 2014 TETWP