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Gritman Foundation partners for UI Cancer Awareness Games

Tackle Cancer press release

MOSCOW — To raise funds for local cancer patients, the Gritman Foundation Light a Candle program has teamed up with the University of Idaho for Cancer Awareness Games.

The Gritman Foundation is selling black game day T-shirts for $10 each as a fundraiser. All proceeds from the T-shirt sales go to the Light a Candle program, supporting local cancer patients by providing services to ease some of the burdens that come with a cancer diagnosis.

Buy your T-shirt here

Kickoff for the UI Football Cancer Awareness Game against the Portland State Vikings is 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29 at the UI Kibbie Dome.

The UI Women’s Soccer Cancer Awareness Game will be against Eastern Washington University on Oct. 7 at 1 p.m. at the UI Kibbie Dome.

On Oct. 19, UI Women’s Volleyball will take on the University of Northern Colorado at 7 p.m. for their Cancer Awareness Game at Memorial Gym.

Light a Candle provides cancer support to people in Latah, Whitman, Nez Perce and Asotin Counties. Funds raised go directly back to these individuals and their families in the form of gas vouchers, groceries, massage therapy, etc.

For more information or to purchase T-shirts, click on the link above or contact the Gritman Foundation at 208-883-6231 or
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