Paint Estes Pink

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Paint Estes Pink

Paint Estes Pink, which is part of the Rooftop Rodeo in Estes Park, was started 8 years ago to raise money for Oncology Services at Estes Park Health. Paint Estes Pink is a 3-part fundraiser beginning July 2nd and culminating in Pink Night at the Rooftop Rodeo on Saturday, July 10th.

Crowns for the Care

Crowns for the Care Contestants compete for the title of Mrs. Rooftop Rodeo by participating in a fundraising competition. The highest-earning philanthropist is announced during Pink Night at the Rooftop Rodeo on Saturday, July 10th. If you’d like to participate in Crowns for the Care contact EPHF at giving@eph.org or 970-577-4370.

Top Business Fundraiser

The business that collects the most donations wins the Paint Estes Pink Top Business Fundraiser Plaque at Pink Night on July 10th. Donation jars will be delivered July 2nd to local businesses and picked up on July 9th. If you’d like donation jars dropped off at your business, contact EPHF at giving@eph.org or 970-577-4370 by June 28th.

Best Decorated Business

Local business owners decorate their locations in pink to celebrate cancer warriors everywhere. Judges visit July 8th & 9th, and the Best Decorated Business is announced at Pink Night at the Rooftop Rodeo on July 10th, winning the plaque for the year. If you’d like to schedule a judge to come by your business, contact EPHF at giving@eph.org or 970-577-4370 by July 1.

The Cause

100% of funds raised during Paint Estes Pink will go toward purchasing a new MRI machine for Estes Park Health. The current machine is 14 years old, and the technology is nearing end of life. EPH Diagnostic Imaging Dept. gives an average of 5-6 MRIs per day and must spend more and more time and money to keep the machine up and running as it ages.

MRI is often used to diagnose certain types of cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, MRI helps doctors find cancer in the body and look for signs that it has spread. An MRI with contrast dye is the best way to see brain and spinal cord tumors. Using MRI, doctors can sometimes tell if a tumor is or isn’t cancer. MRI can also be used to look for signs that cancer may have metastasized (spread) from where it started to another part of the body.

Please consider a donation to honor Estes Valley Cancer Warriors. Every penny counts.

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