Coaches VS Cancer – 25th Anniversary

Coaches VS Cancer – 25th Anniversary

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Coaches vs cancer

25th anniversary

 

On September 20th, 2018, at City Winery in Nashville, Tennessee helped celebrate the 25th anniversary of Coaches vs Cancer. The Coaches vs Cancer program is a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches. This initiative leverages the personal experiences, community leadership, and professional excellence of coaches nationwide to increase cancer awareness and promote healthy living through year round awareness efforts, fundraising activities, and advocacy programs. Since 1993, coaches have raised nearly $100 million for the American Cancer Society.

 

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

I really have a few whys, but the one reason that I’ve been is cancer has affected my household, it has affected my friends. It’s been amazing just understanding how strong this disease is. When you’re touched by it, with your friends and everything. So my why is I’m here to help support others, just like I was helping my friends.

Your advice?

I would say get involved. A lot of people see a lot of different charitable events for cancer. Cancer is real and it can touch anyone of us at any time.

 

 

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

My why for getting involved in this is I think every family is affected by cancer. Whether it’s your personal family or your professional family. For us in athletics, you’ve probably seen former players, players, family members of your current players. We all have our own personal families that are affected by it as well. I’ve had grandparents that have passed away because of this disease. I currently have family members battling it. I think it’s the least that we can do. As college basketball coaches with the platform that we have, we need to continue to create more awareness and help raise funds to battle this awful disease.

Your advice?

Just to remember. For those of us who are lucky enough to be healthy, to remember those who aren’t as fortunate. There are some families and some individuals out there who are going through some tough times that you may not know about. You may pass them in the hall at work or pass them in the hall at school or your university that are battling this disease or have close loved ones that are as well. That stuff, I’ve seen first-hand how hard it is for families. I would say for those of you that are lucky enough to be fortunate to have good health right now, remember those who aren’t quite as lucky.

 

 

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

I just think it’s very important to bring awareness to a disease that’s affected so many people across the world. Coaches vs cancer, and what they do to provide that platform, it’s just something I’m glad to be a part of.

Your advice?

Continue to bring awareness and do things that can prevent you from getting a disease like cancer. Use our platform as well just to preach the gospel of the cancer awareness and the coaches versus cancer too. To push this event on and on until people all across the world can understand that we need to come together to figure out a way to solve it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sean Farnham

ESPN Analyst

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

The passion is my father-in-law. He lives with us and we’ve been his primary caregiver now for the last 5 years. And he has suffered from CLL. Unfortunately he’s part of the 2% where that disease actually morphs and changes. It came back at stage 4 this year at a different form and so right now he’s getting ready for what is called a car T-cell placement therapy. He actually goes in next Wednesday and he is my why. It just affects so many people. I’ve lost other loved ones in my life to cancer and so when I started working with Lon Kruger a couple years ago in the Las Vegas Coaches vs cancer, it just struck a chord to me. That these coaches are unselfishly giving up their time and people willingly donating and understanding the purpose for why they’re donating. To see the tangible results. Sometimes you give money and you don’t see the tangible results. The results are right there now. In cancer the results we are seeing across the country is remarkable. Cures and if not cures, certainly the ability to elongate and create a better quality of life for people that have suffered from cancer. I think that’s what families want. They want more time. We all want more time and Coaches vs Cancer does that. It’s why I’m here tonight. On Thursday I’m flying back to Los Angeles and I’m running my own coaches versus cancer event this weekend in Los Angeles. And we’re going to raise it’s a small amount but probably about $12,000 running the youth basketball tournament. Just try to do what you can to be a part of something that’s much bigger than the individual.

Your advice?

If there’s somebody out there that doesn’t know anybody that has cancer, consider yourself lucky. Because if it hasn’t affected you already, it will. The numbers are unfortunately on that side of the game. Whether it’s a family member, a close friend, a colleague at work, somebody you know is going to be impacted by this disease. So do what you can to make a difference. Things like this make a difference.

 

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

Like everyone here tonight and probably reading, we’ve been affected by this awful disease and hopefully we can raise some money tonight that can help lead eventually to a cure.

Your advice?

I think get involved. We are excited for this gala tonight and hopefully it’s going to have some money that can go back and help. And if you’re reading, if you have the money, it’s awesome to be able to donate to help find a cure. If not, your time and work is just as important and valuable to put together events that can help people find a cure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kenny Anderson

Why did you get involved in Coaches vs Cancer?

My father, about 4 years ago, from prostate cancer he passed away. I’ve been checking every year. When you hit 40, you got to go in and check the prostate to see. It’s hereditary in my family, because my father had it. It’s something that I think about, and I just have to check it out yearly and that’s what I’ve been doing. It was tough. They found out that he got it, the radiation affected him and he didn’t want to take the medicine. He just passed away about 4 or 5 years ago. He’s smiling down on me. He knows I’m doing the right thing, paying it forward.

Your advice?

When you’re a part of a foundation like Coaches vs Cancer and you’re giving back, it hit my home and my father. To give back, cancer is one of the highest diseases that’s killing so many people. If you can give back, raise money for a great cause. To figure out a medicine that can cure it, it’s an awesome foundation to be a part of.

 

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The Season of GIVING: Your Words have POWER!

The Season of GIVING
Your words have power!
By Jerome Robinson
Share your story and inspire others

When I started JustMyMemphis, I wanted to give others something I thought I did not have.  What was that?  A voice to be heard, a voice to share what I was really going through, a voice to ask for the help I didn’t know I needed.  I knew what pain looked like, because I had seen it and felt it so many times within myself.  I also had a chance to see small business people start and fail.  People that were trying to build something great, but just not having the knowledge or tools needed to execute with success.

Then there was the moment a surgeon said to get my mother’s affairs in order because she only had three months to live. How was I going to tell her she had only three months to live? But I learned a lesson from all of these experiences, life is about choices. No matter the situation you are faced with, you have a choice as to how you will deal with it.

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So I want to invite you to share your story. Take the worst things that life as thrown at you and turn it into something amazing. Share how you overcame divorce, the loss of a loved one, prison, a battle with health issues, or how you overcame financial hardships. Your Words have Power for You and Others!

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From Unity Comes the Mending of a Broken Heart

From Unity Comes the Mending of a Broken Heart

From Unity comes:

the Mending of a Broken Heart

Jerome Robinson

 

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I got a text message late in the afternoon from Phil McLendon, the owner of Absolute Moving Service. Phil wanted to know if JustMy could come out on the following day to capture video of his crew teaming up with the Forrest Spence Fund to help out a local woman and her three daughters. When I showed up on the next day, what I found was a very touching example of the unity of our city.

Let me take you back a moment to how we got here, a local woman found herself having to leave her life as she knew it to create a stable and secure environment for herself and her children. No home, no job, no furniture. But these were not the only battles this young woman was having to deal with. Her youngest daughter is having to fight with health issues at four months old that has required multiple surgeries already with more pending. On the health care battle, this young woman has the best team on her side. The amazing doctors and support staff of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital have stepped up to give this family the best care possible.

But what about everything else?
This is where Memphis really shines. The issues this young woman faced are not small issues for anyone to face. But how do you get started when you have no money, no job, no furniture, and no home? How do you not give up when everything in your life has become a battle and you are in the middle of a battle field with no weapons? You ask for help. That is exactly what this young woman did, and she just happened to ask a person in this city that has the #BeAmazing spirit to move heaven and earth to make things happen. Brittany Spence is the founder of the Forrest Spence Fund. She took her own loss and from it created the Forrest Spence Fund to help people in situations just like this. It is stories like these that Brittany and her team look for as opportunities to serve others.

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It’s Tee Time for Merge Memphis

It’s Tee Time for Merge Memphis

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Facebook Helpful Dimensions

Facebook Helpful Dimensions

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business Page

Profile photo: 180 x 180 pixels. This displays at 160 x 160. The best resolutions when uploading a square image are 360×360, 720×720, or 960×960. The Facebook profile picture frame size is 183×183 pixels.
Facebook cover photo size: 828 x 315 px or 851 x 315 px for personal profiles.
News Feed link image size: 1200 x 900 px with a ratio of 4:3.
Desktop news feed display: Up to 470 x 470 px.
Mobile news feed display: Up to 626 x 840 px.
Right column image size: 254 x 133 px.

Text: Desktop news feed displays 500 characters, mobile 110 characters, and a right column ad 90 characters.

Videos

Thumbnail image: 1200 x 675 px.
Aspect ratio: 16:9 or 1:1.
Video: h.264, square pixels, fixed frame rate (max 30 fps), progressive scan.
Format: .mp4 container ideally with leading moov atom, no edit lists.
Audio: Stereo aac, 128kbps+ preferred.
File size: Up to 4gb.
Right column image display: 254 x 133 px.

Carousel photos

Image size: 600 x 600 px with a ratio to 1:1.
Desktop news feed display: 300 x 300 px.
Mobile news feed display: 460 x 460 px.
Right column image display: 125 x 125 px.

Text: Desktop news feed displays 500 characters, mobile 120 characters, right column ad 90 characters.

Facebook Apps images

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Desktop news feed display: 470 x 246 px.
Mobile news feed display: 560 x 293 px.
Right column display: 254 x 133 px.

Text: Desktop news feed displays 90 characters, mobile 110 characters, right column ad 90 characters.

 

 

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Mobile news feed display: 560 x 292 px.
Right column display: 254 x 133 px.

 

 

Facebook Group Cover Photos

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Desktop news feed display: 820 x 250 px.

 

 

Facebook Event Images

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Mobile news feed display: 560 x 208 px.
Right column display: 254 x 133 px.

Text: Desktop news feed displays 500 characters, mobile 110 characters, right column ad 90 characters.

 

 

Lead Generation

Image size: 1200 x 628 px with a ratio of 1.9:1.
Desktop news feed display: 470 x 246 px.
Mobile news feed display: 560 x 292 px.

 

Facebook Offers

Image size: 1200 x 628 px with a ratio of 1.9:1.
Desktop news feed display: 470 x 246 px.
Mobile news feed display: 560 x 292 px.
Right column display: 254 x 133 px.

Text: Desktop and mobile news feeds display 90 characters.

 

 

Page Likes

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Desktop news feed display: 470 x 174 px.
Mobile news feed display: 560 x 208 px.
Right column display: 254 x 94 px.

 

 

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Maximum characters: 500.
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11the Annual Forrest Spence 5k – August 25th

11the Annual Forrest Spence 5k – August 25th

11th annual forrest spence 5k

8.25.18 – 8am -Memphis botanic garden

Forrest Spence Fund

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See first hand the impact you make when you run!

Abby Cooley –

Abby had a NICU baby and the Forrest Spece Fund helped her in incredible ways. She is now the Program Director for the Forrest Spence Fund and get’s to help and see the impact everyday!

Amanda McCollum-

Amanda lost her daughter from a complex heart problem and her third child had a heart defect and has down syndrome. Forrest spence provided so much support for this family in need.

Joel Hobson-

Joel and his wife Jennifer lost their precious little girl at two weeks and during this time Forrest Spence was not up and running. They know first-hand how helpful they would have been for them. In response, they are now are the presenting sponsor for the 5k.

about the 5k

Join the Forrest Spence Fund on August 25th at 8:00 am for a 5k run, with a 100 yard dash for kids (8 & under) at 9:15 and 1 Mile Fun Run (kids 12 & under) at 9:20 am. There will be games, bounce houses, slides, food, awards, door prizes, and more. Bring the entire family for a fun filled morning at Memphis Botanic Garden.

Forrest Spence Fund

The Forrest Spence Fund is an official 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was founded in 2007 in memory of Robert Forrest Spence. The mission of the Fund is to assist with the non-medical needs of critically or chronically ill children and their families throughout the Mid-South.

In honor of Forrest, the organization strives to support families dealing with similar difficult situations and to give back to regional children’s hospitals like Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger in Chattanooga, Baptist Women’s Memorial Hospital, and St. Jude Children’s Hospital, where the amazing medical staff fights for thousands of children each year.

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