These videos show some of the many events and activities that help us create awareness
and raise money to fund a cure for Pancreatic Cancer.
Sideline Cancer® started with a group of seniors
at the Hollidaysburg High School in 2012.
It originally started out as Tackle Cancer, which surrounded a football game night and T-shirt sale campaign. However, at the Penn State Altoona Pancreatic Symposium in 2012, the Griffith Family Foundation was introduced to Jack Andraka, who is the 2012 Intel Science and Engineering Fair Winner, Amateur Cancer Researcher, Education Activist, Medical Entrepreneur, and an Innovator. He suggested a new name that would reflect all school activities and participation.
The name Sideline Cancer® has been trademarked through the Griffith Family Foundation. Sideline Cancer® events can be hosted by any school, office, or company, with proceeds going to the Griffith Family Foundation and pancreatic research.
So how do you YOU get involved?
There are several ways you can participate:
- Host a Sideline Cancer® event at your elementary, middle school, high school, university, or place of business
- Volunteer to help with Sideline Cancer® events that are currently being planned
- Share this information with friends/businesses who you think may be interested
- Make a donation or become a sponsor
You can also help support pancreatic cancer research, by purchasing a Sideline Cancer® t-shirt.
From 2012 to Today, we have sold approximately 8000
t-shirts, which has enabled us to give more than $40,000 to Pancreatic Cancer Research!