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Help in the fight to end childhood cancer. The American Softball Association (ASBA Pro Softball) is again dedicating their All-Star Game on July 13th to promote cancer awareness.
American Softball Association (ASBA Pro Softball)
1 Gator Circle
Satsuma, Alabama 36572
St. Jude Children’s Hospital is a global leader in cancer research and treatment. They ensure that even the toughest cases receive the proper care and do not incur unnecessary cost.
The ASBA believes that it is the responsibility of all Americans to participate in child cancer awareness, treatment, and prevention. You can contribute to St. Jude Children’s Hospital by CLICKING HERE and, on July 13th, you can also contribute by attending the ASBA All-Star Game and purchasing a refreshment.
The ASBA and the entire softball community were touched last summer when former Mississippi State Softball pitcher, Alex Wilcox, passed away from ovarian cancer at 18 years old and Mobile’s own Aubreigh Nicholas passed away from DIPG at 11 years old. The ASBA hopes that the increased visibility of the All-Star Game will help encourage more people to partner with organizations that work to end childhood cancer.
Tickets to the ASBA All-Star Game are $15 and can be purchased online. CLICK HERE to buy and support the fight against childhood cancer.
“Childhood cancer is a serious societal issue and one that needs our attention,” said Michael Chiaradio, CEO of ASBA. “We can do our part by providing resources for and supporting agencies that work on treatment and prevention.”
ASBA players and coaches are available for interviews.
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