It’s not just about the denim . . .

LET’S HELP FIND

THE CURE

FOR

BREAST CANCER

Friday, October 5th

WEAR YOUR DENIM

Three Ways To Participate

  1. Turn in your $5.00 to your site captain (suggested amount)
  2. Donate online @ www.denimday.com
    team #219870
  3. Click here and print this form – Fill out the bottom portion, attach $5.00 and send it inter-district mail – Att: Cheryl Townsend / Accounting

We all know someone that has been touched by cancer; support Denim Day and honor them by adding their name to our tribute list!

Since its inception in 1996, Lee National Denim Day® has adhered to a simple philosophy: ONE DAY, ONE CAUSE, ONE CURE®. In 14 years, that philosophy has become a mantra for millions and has made an impact Lee Jeans never dreamed possible. It all started when several Lee Jeans employees realized that each of them, in one form or another, had been touched by breast cancer. An everyday conversation sparked an idea and led to the creation of Lee National Denim Day, which has become one of the largest single-day fundraisers nationwide for breast cancer. In its first year, Lee Jeans set a goal of raising $1 million on Lee National Denim Day. To do this, Lee Jeans invited companies to go casual for a cause, inviting employees to wear their jeans to work on Denim Day in exchange for a $5 contribution to the fight against breast cancer. The underlying concept behind the program was simple—by convincing enough people to take one small step, together they could reach an incredible goal.

The response to the inaugural Lee National Denim Day program was astounding. That year, more than 3,000 companies signed up to participate, raising $1.4 million dollars for the fight against breast cancer, setting the stage for what would become one of the most captivating social action campaigns in the country. Lee National Denim Day has raised more than $80 million in the last 14 years in the fight against breast cancer and unites nearly one million supporters nationwide each year.

Question??  Call Cheryl at ext. 82425

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