Peddler’s Village Turns Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Pine2Pink has turned Peddler's Village in Lahaska, PA, and some of the surrounding area PINK in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. I love it. AS you may or may not know, my mom has Breast Cancer, and we've got to do all we can to help those going through it and find a cure.
I had never heard of Pine2Pink before, so I checked out their website, and it looks like a fabulous group. Their mission is to "raise money to benefit local breast cancer patients in treatment and recovery." They provide much needed funds to the Cancer Institute of Doylestown Health to help cancer patients with transportation, integrative services, and out-of-pocket medical expenses.
The pink lights aren't just in Peddler's Village. They've turned a bunch of buildings in Doylestown pink like the court house, museums, and Thompson Toyota. Pine Street in town has also been renamed Pink Street for October.
The weather's going to be nice this weekend, so take a drive to see the lights. The pink lights will be up through October, so if you can't make it this weekend, you still have time.
You can also download the Pine2Pink app (it's free). There are a bunch of cool things on there like a virtual pink ribbon scavenger hunt throughout Doylestown, New Hope and Peddler's Village. You could win a prize....there are more than 60 prizes up for grabs.
How can you help? Donate HERE. Last year, Pine2Pink was able to help over 70 cancer patients thanks to all the donations.
Do what you can to help them help even more patients this year.