Help Us Equip Our New Community Outreach Vehicle
Stopping prostate cancer in it’s tracks takes one-on-one conversations. Advertisements just aren’t enough. I know that from personal experience. Without a conversation with a friend back in 2002, I would not be writing this post today.
Thanks to a generous donor and our car donation program – CarsforProstateCancer – we now have a RV that we we can take to the field and engage men in those vital one-on-one conversations.
The vehicle is in good shape, but the interior is completely gutted. Our fundraising goal is $7,500.00, which will let us install computer screens and Internet connectivity so men can activate their ProstateTracker early detection systems right on the spot. Early detection improves prostate cancer survivability by over 90%. Making a donation will let our team have those critical one-on-one conversations.
What it Will Look Like
The goal is to have the functionality you see below in this Dodge Sprinter Community Vehicle. As you can see, the new vehicle will be a great improvement over our current Honda Element.
Just imagine our new Cancer Tracker™ COV (Community Outreach Vehicle) sitting at the registration booth for the Tour de Palm Springs while over 6,000 cyclists pickup their registration packets. Over 1,000 of those men will have prostate cancer and most of them won’t know it. Until it’s too late for treatment. You can help us make certain they do know!
I was lucky when I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2002. It wasn’t exactly the Christmas present I was expecting but, as it turned out, that bad news saved my life. I served a career in the US Army and we left no one behind. And that’s my goal with the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project.
Please Donate Now
The end of the 2015 tax year will be here before we know it and now is a great time to get started on your charity donations for this year. Just hit the button below and help us equip our vehicle.
Click the button below to make a secure donation and help us equip our Prostate Cancer War Wagon!
Thanks for helping . . .
Robert Warren Hess
Prostate Cancer Survivor
Class of 2003