Pink & Teal
Students Unite for HER was developed to provide students with the opportunity to make a difference in their communities. By volunteering, students gain valuable experience in leadership, communication, project management, and organization while making a positive impact.
Since founding more than 150 schools have hosted events, raising over $1 million for breast and ovarian cancer patients.
Student groups that participate in the Unite for HER student fundraising initiatives and raise a minimum of $1,000 are eligible to receive a monetary grant for patients in their community.
From bake sales and pink and teal sporting events, to online fundraisers and dress down days, there are so many ways to get involved!
Students receive custom staff support and training specific to their needs, so contact us today get started!
Create a Fundraiser Online
Create a custom fundraising page to share by email or through social media.
Organize a sale at school, with your club, or in your neighborhood.
host a fun run or walk
Host or organize a fun run or walk at your school or local park.
Host a Pink & Teal Sporting Event
Whether at school or with your club team, you can organize a pink and teal event to raise awareness and funds for Unite for HER.
dress down days
Wear jeans or pink and teal to raise awareness and funds for Unite for HER.
Design Custom Fundraising Gear
Design a custom t-shirt with the Unite for HER team to sell in your community, or host an online store with a variety of apparel, including custom shirts, hoodies, pants, and more.
Select Unite for HER as your philanthropy partner to support local breast and ovarian cancer patients, as well as share healthy living educational initiatives.
Unite for HER was founded in 2009 by breast cancer survivor Sue Weldon to provide breast cancer patients with free access to integrative therapies, services, and resources. Today, Unite for HER supports more than 5,300 members affected by breast and ovarian cancers each year.