Forest Park Fights Breast Cancer by Wearing Pink

group of children dressed in print t shirts

Forest Park Elementary School participated in the Real Kids Wear Pink campaign on October 25. Real Kids Wear Pink brings together schools, sports teams, clubs, and organizations and gives kids a chance to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Launched in 2017 in Albany, the Real Kids movement has been helping kids get involved in the fight against breast cancer by raising funds and awareness. Staff and students at Forest Park wore pink and donated more than $841 to help support the American Cancer Society in its efforts to end breast cancer. The Forest Park team was one of the top fundraisers in the Capital Region and is excited to participate again next fall. Thank you for helping us make a difference in our community!