Sunday, September 14, 2008

Raleigh and Durham are in, for the Cares Enough to Wear Pink Days for their women

Two cities coming together to rally around this pink truck for the women of their towns, what a site to see, so many trucks and firefighters and EMS personnel in one place. Maria from Durham Fire and Kristy from Raleigh fire put on a great show of support for the Pink Fire Truck. Both cities are going to work on promoting their own awareness programs and fund raising for the Charities of their respected cities on the 25th, 26th and 27th of October. It is great to see so many leaders that are visionaries, so willing to add to the list of charities we in the Public Safety already do, I think this one is well worth our time and it looks like I am not alone. I look forward to coming back to these two cities and I will give them more than three weeks to get it organized, what a job they did on short notice!!

1 comment:

PinkPassion BC Survivor said...

Raleigh and Durham you ROCK! Your support to every survivor and to the continued need of awareness is FABULOUS! I have key chain I carry which states, "3 million women in the United States are living with breast cancer. Only 2 million know about it." Awareness is mandatory to save each and every precious life. We women can not do it all alone we need the support of our men. Again, Raleigh Durham...YOU ROCK! And a shout out to Dave and The Crew...YOU ROCK!