The annual Pink Out event is held every October at the rivalry game between the CB High School East and West girls’ volleyball teams.
Together the teams raise funds during the game in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month through the sale of raffle baskets, baked goods, and Pink Out t-shirts.
“We are very fortunate to have the support of the girls’ volleyball teams, the coaches, and members of the Central Bucks School District staff and families,” says Jim Brexler, President and Chief Executive Officer, Doylestown Health. “I am continually impressed with the compassion and generosity of the student athletes in our community and grateful that they have once again made our cancer program the beneficiary of the Pink Out event.”
Since 2014, the volleyball teams have raised more than $20,000, with proceeds supporting the priority needs of Doylestown Health’s cancer program.
Doylestown Health is appreciative of the extraordinary support of the community and its commitment to giving back.
“Having just started here at Doylestown Health, it is incredible to see the generosity that comes from all corners of our community,” says Gina Smith, Director, Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute. “With the support from our community, our cancer program will be able to continue providing exceptional care and resources to those we serve.”
PHOTO CAP: (L-R) Back row: Chris Markley, Coach, Central Bucks East Girls’ Volleyball; Joel King, Coach, Central Bucks West Girls’ Volleyball; Jim Brexler, President and Chief Executive Officer, Doylestown Health; Regina Smith, Director, Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute; and Susan Keiper, Oncology Nurse Navigator, Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute; front row: Chloe Mettille, Aimee Wolf, Caroline Taylor, and Sophia Ketner.