Dress Down and Save Lives on May 22
The American Cancer Society invites companies, schools and organizations all across Vermont to dress down on Wednesday, May 22 to fight back against cancer, a disease that will claim the lives of an estimated 1,300 Vermonters this year.
Dress Down Day is a fun, team-building event. By donating $5 to the American Cancer Society, employees earn the right to dress down at work for one day in support of Relay For Life, the annual overnight signature events of the American Cancer Society which celebrate cancer survivors, remember loves ones lost and fight back for a world with more birthdays.
Funds raised for the American Cancer Society through Dress Down Day will help Vermonters stay well and get well. The American Cancer Society is helping about 1 in 4 people touched by cancer with free information and services, empowering people to fight back against this disease, and saving more lives through advocacy and research.
The American Cancer Society provides each participating site with a Dress Down Day kit to help launch a successful program. For information about registering for Dress Down Day on May 22, please contact Tanya Walker at your local American Cancer Society at Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-872-6314.