The "Cure the Blue" Prostate Cancer Awareness website is organized and maintained by the Buffalo Bills Alumni Foundation.
The Buffalo Bills Alumni Foundation, Inc. was founded in 1999. It is comprised of past Bills players, who left an imprint on society during their football careers and wanted to continue molding society in a positive manner.
The Buffalo Bills Alumni Foundation, Inc. is concerned with increasing awareness and knowledge of problems that we can help resolve, and we pursue this objective by bestowing grants to charities for meaningful intentions and activities. Our society is engulfed by poverty, deprived children and innumerable people battling with diseases and disorders among other things, and the foundation aspires to help alleviate the burden of these people.
Our intention is largely focused on creating a better environment for our youth, because as they mature, they will lead us into the future.
We will visit different organizations, clubs, groups, churches and local health care providers to educate men, women and family members on the importance of getting an annual prostate check-up, which would provide them with valuable information about their health and help the prevention of this dreaded disease.
Our goal is to raise awareness, educate and raise funds for research and cure of prostate cancer we will encourage local hospitals, the general public and local businesses to participate in the “cure-the-blue” campaign.
We want to bring attention to the National Football League, their owners, and the National Football League Players Association to incorporate this initiative into their annual football season opening week in September 2016.
We want “Cure the Blue” to be promoted within the National Football League with teams wearing “Blue”; recognize our organization, “Cure the Blue” in the same manner that they do during the month of October, where the NFL teams wear “Pink” to show recognition and support for Women Breast Cancer Awareness Program.
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Prostate Cancer. Be tough! Talk about it! Let's raise awareness and "Cure the Blue"