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Support the Charity - PLAY IT PINK

HOW TO GIVE BACK TO CHARITY THROUGH THE EVENT?

1. Donation Box. There will be a designated donation table at the tournament headquarters tent.

2. “PLAY IT PINK”

HEFNER FIELDS/The Plex facility is one of the best venues in the Midwest, with 19 outdoor soccer fields it is truly impressive and a great atmosphere in which to play soccer. Our goal, with partner PUMA, is to share this “PLAY IT PINK” concept and create a sea of pink around the whole complex and display solidarity  for our event’s cause. Here is how you can help:
 
We highly encourage all teams to adopt the Play Pink concept. Teams are asked by wearing pink jersey and/or socks to help support the cure.
 
The tournament provides all teams the option to pre-order tournament shirts through the Summit City Soccer Shop at the Plex. Teams may place numbers on the shirts and use them in game play or use them as a warm up shirt. If you purchase your pink items through the Summit City Soccer Shop 100% of net proceeds of t-shirt and sock sales from the shop and tournament tent, will go to the Vera Bradley Foundation. For more information on tournament shirts and to pre-order, click hereTournament t-shirts will also be available at the event should you chose not to pre-order
 

April 30th - For all other t-shirt orders.

3. Silent Auction

At the headquarters tent we will have a silent auction that will feature items from Vera Bradley and other businesses!

What is the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer?

The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer has contributed $32.5 million to the research being conducted at the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research Laboratories at Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. This team of more than 35 researchers is world-renown for its collaborative approach to research-- leading national clinical trials and hosting the world’s only healthy breast tissue bank. Vera Bradley Inc. contributes significantly to the Foundation and additional support comes from a variety of sources including events and individual donations. Vera Bradley’s co-founders began raising funds for a cure after the loss of a dear friend to the disease in 1993. Learn more about the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer visit: http://www.verabradley.org.