Masonic Cancer Center to be represented at Minnesota Twins Cancer Awareness Night
Every year the Minnesota Twins hold a Cancer Awareness Night, in which they support a number of local and regional cancer-related organizations through special-edition baseball cap and ticket sales. This year, the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota is honored to have been chosen as one of the 10 organizations to partner with the team.
This year’s Cancer Awareness Night will take place on August 5, 2019, as the Twins take on the Atlanta Braves. Supporters purchasing tickets through a special theme night ticket package will receive a Minnesota Twins Cancer Awareness cap. The Twins cap colors correspond to the colors associated with the most prevalent cancers seen throughout Twins Territory. Plus, a portion of each ticket purchased through this special ticket package will be donated back to local non-profit organizations to support cancer research and awareness.
“The Masonic Cancer Center team is honored to have been selected to partner with the Twins for their annual Cancer Awareness Night,” said Seanne Falconer, Executive Director of the Masonic Cancer Center. “As the only NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Twin Cities, we know that teamwork, on the field and in the lab, is the key to success.”
Each Gold hat and ticket package that is purchased will help support pediatric cancer research and awareness at the Masonic Cancer Center.
To purchase tickets and support the Masonic Cancer Center, users can go here and click the "Buy Now" button. They can then choose their desired seating area and the Gold cap color option.
About the Masonic Cancer Center
The Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota is the Twin Cities’ own Comprehensive Cancer Center, designated ‘Outstanding’ by the National Cancer Institute. For more than 25 years, researchers, educators, and care providers have worked to discover the causes, prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer and cancer-related diseases. Learn more at cancer.umn.edu.