Alabama is teaming up with Curing Kids Cancer to promote National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama Crimson Tide continued to refine its game plan for Saturday’s home opener, putting in two hours of work in full pads on Wednesday at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
The Alabama Crimson Tide is teaming up with Curing Kids Cancer once again to promote National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and the ‘First and Gold’ campaign during Saturday’s game with Texas A&M. Founded in 2005, Curing Kids Cancer funds innovate research and treatments to find cures for all childhood cancers in our lifetime. The organization has raised more than $17.5 million for childhood cancer research. Teams from the SEC and ACC will wear Curing Kids Cancer helmet stickers and wristbands while coaches will wear wristbands, gold whistles and lanyards.