After a series of long and successful road matches, the Spring Hill College volleyball team will return home to the Arthur R. Outlaw Recreation Center on Saturday, October 23, to host its "Dig Pink" event to raise awareness for the prevention of and battle against breast cancer during the squad's 3 p.m. conference match versus Belhaven University.
Badger fans are encouraged to wear pink and donations to Breast Cancer Research will be accepted throughout the match. All ticket proceeds and concessions profits will be donated to the fight against breast cancer.
SHC Head Coach Peggy Martin said, "It will be good to finally be back at home in front of our fans and we wanted to use this time to help in the fight against something that touches the lives of so many women and families."
Proceeds for the event will benefit The Save the Ta-tasŪ Foundation, a 501(c)(3);
non-profit registered organization.
The Save the Ta-tas Foundation
was founded in 2008 in Canoga Park, Calif., by Julia Fiske. The Save the Ta-tas Foundation has raised over $418,000 to date and funds exciting and innovative research searching for fresh approaches to the fight against cancer.