Sheffield/Hampton, Iowa – May28, 2020 – Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the previously scheduled Relay For Life of Franklin County will still be on Friday July 24, 2020 as a virtual online event. Relay For Life is all about togetherness, but the safety of our patients, survivors, volunteers and staff is always a top priority.
“During this difficult time, cancer won’t stop, and neither will we,” said Sheri Bogue.
“Even though we cannot currently be face-to-face, we’re committed to continuing to fight cancer head-on and hope that you will stand together with us, even when we’re apart.”
Be part of the Relay For Life movement and continue to celebrate people who have been touched by cancer, remember loved ones lost, and take action for lifesaving change. Join us virtually and continue the fight from home and be a part of the Relay For Life of Franklin County.
The American Cancer Society’s mission matters more than ever. The needs of people facing cancer continue and so does our work. Cancer patients still need support during this crisis. Funds raised help the American Cancer Society to continue with cancer research, the 24/7 helpline, and for continuing services to get patients the care and support they need where we can.
Help continue to bring hope to those that need it most. Join your local Relay For Life virtually to help those facing cancer. Visit our Facebook page at Relay For Life of Franklin County for more information about this virtual event or if you would like to join a team or start a team or find more information about our virtual event, go to www.relayforlife.org/franklincountyia