INDIANAPOLIS – At an October home game for the Colts this season, there will be more than a touch of pink amongst the home faithful.
The game will mark the Colts Breast Cancer Awareness Game for 2015.
Just like they have done for the past decade, the Colts are selling breast cancer awareness shirts to support cancer research.
However, before the selling begins fans can vote on what the shirt will look like for 2015.
Here is a link to the voting page:
The Indianapolis Colts Women's Organization has sold Limited Edition Colts Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts for the past 10 seasons. Due to the overwhelming support of Colts Nation the Indianapolis Colts Women's Organization has been able to donate $20,000 a year on average through the sale of these t-shirts with all of the proceeds benefitting the IU Simon Cancer Center. This year we thought we would try something different by giving Colts Nation a chance to vote on their favorite style for the Limited Edition Colts Breast Cancer Awareness shirts. Our hope is that this will help create more awareness about this program and lead to raising the highest donation amount to date! This disease affects so many women, and men, in our country every day. The ICWO is committed to supporting continued research efforts in this field which will hopefully lead to finding a cure.
The voting will start on Tuesday, May 5th, and will run for around two weeks. Ten lucky voters will be randomly selected to win one (1) of the winning shirts for this season. The winning shirt will be for sale at the Indianapolis Colts Breast Cancer Awareness Game this October in the concourse of Lucas Oil Stadium and in Touchdown Town.
Founded in 2005, the Indianapolis Colts Women's Organization (ICWO) seeks to provide community engagement for all women associated with the Indianapolis Colts. The ICWO is comprised of female staff members, as well as the wives and significant others of players, coaches and male staff. Through a variety of community events and activities, the women utilize their time and resources to volunteer and support local charities while developing stronger relationships with their fellow ICWO members.