The Concordia men's and women's basketball teams are partnering with Sanford Health for Cancer Awareness Night on Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Fans can receive a mini-basketball, buy t-shirts & donate w/ 100% of all gifts going towards local cancer efforts.
Concordia and Sanford Health have proudly partnered to bring Cobber fans together to rally in support of all cancer diagnoses. With over one million people diagnosed each year in the United States alone, it is important to bring awareness to the 200 plus cancer diseases that people in our community face every day. Concordia and Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center stand alongside you in support of those that are battling cancer and the family and friends that are affected. We’re In This Together.
Cancer – it’s a word that we all know too well. Whether it is a family member, a friend, a coworker, a neighbor, each and every one of us can find a connection to it. Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center is at the forefront of cancer research and technology to position themselves as one of the top cancer facilities in the country. With this, it allows the people in our lives to receive the best care close to home. To learn more about cancer care visit sanfordhealth.org/cancer.
Cancer Awareness Night will start with the men's game when they host No.2-ranked St. John's at 5:15 p.m. The Cobber women's team will then host St. Benedict at 7:15 p.m.