One T-shirt. Unite.
Teams are hosting Blackout Cancer games to unite our communities and build awareness of the high rate of pediatric cancer in New England. Fans wear the special 2023 Blackout Cancer t-shirt to their local high school Blackout Cancer game and to school work, zoom, or where-ever you are to show unity and support for a disease that affects everyone in some way! Proceeds of t-shirt sales will go to a local charity in each community and to research projects at local hospitals.
It's amazing to see the impact of a simple t-shirt. When everyone is at a game wearing the same
logo, its powerful. Our youth learn that giving back and standing together is worthwhile and important.”
Shannon Ulery, School Board Member
Project Blackout is a 501(c) nonprofit organization on a mission to turn out the lights on pediatric cancer. We are dedicated to uniting local towns, schools, and businesses by wearing one logo on one t-shirt at one time. The goal is to educate communities, raise funds for research, and support those affected by pediatric cancer until a cure for cancer is found. To contact us: email - firstname.lastname@example.org or mail- PO Box 844, Windham, NH 03087
This Is Why
According to the CDC, New England has the highest pediatric cancer rates in the United States, with New Hampshire the being the highest. Also, only 4% of federal funding goes to pediatric cancer research and our children are being treated with adult doses. Breakthroughs in pediatric cancer research can lead to better treatments and cures of all types of cancers.