Tigers Aiding In Breast Cancer Awareness

Donate $10 To American Cancer Society And Receive A Copy Of Auburn Baseball Team Photo.

Auburn, Ala.--The Auburn baseball team and the American Cancer Society have teamed up to raise awareness of and money for the fight against breast cancer and you can help.

With a minimum $10 donation to the American Cancer Society, Auburn will send you a copy of the team photo that was taken on January 29, 2008 in support of teammate Joseph Sanders and his mother, Barbara, in her fight against the disease.

Auburn's players pose for a photo after shaving their heads in unity for Sanders' mother.

Tax-free donations should be made in the form of a check to the American Cancer Society and sent to:

Auburn Athletics Department

ATTN: Latisha Durroh

PO Box 351

Auburn, AL 36830

Along with the 8x10 team photograph, those who donate will also receive a certificate that reads, "On January 29, 2008, the Auburn baseball team shaved their heads and took this photograph to show their support of Joseph Sanders and his family as a member of his family battles breast cancer. Thank you for your support in the fight against breast cancer."

Those who donate $50-or-more will have the option of an 8x10 or 16x20 photo.

For more information, contact Latisha Durroh in the Auburn Athletics Department (334-844-2974) or Amanda Treadwell with the American Cancer Society (334-502-5115 / 1-800-ACS-2345).

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