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The HEADstrong Foundation is pleased to present Team Attack Cancer, a series of elite level squads that will participate in high-profile lacrosse tournaments across the country, all while raising money for families affected by cancer.

 

These teams give elite lacrosse players from across the country an opportunity to use their platform to pair their passion for the game with purpose and philanthropy. All members of the team will raise a specific domination prior to the event and also have the ability to unlock limited edition equipment and gear based on their fundraising efforts. All money raised through fundraising will go toward furthering HEADstrong’s mission of assisting families affected by cancer through emotional, financial and residential support.

 

As a charitable organization that leverages the power of athletics as a mechanism to improve lives affected by cancer, the HEADstrong Foundation has built significant relationships with lacrosses most respected event operators, brands, personalities, coaches, teams and athletes. Those relationships will be on full display from the destinations to the competition level to accommodations and limited edition gear. For more information on the HEADstrong Foundation please visit www.HEADstrong.org or follow on social media at @HEADstrongFND.

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Hotel Information

 

There are two blocks at two hotels for scholastic team members and their families in Lake Placid. Use code HEADSTRONG to book at:
High Peaks Resort
2384 Saranac Ave, Lake Placid, NY 12946
518-523-4411
Gauthier’s Saranac Lake Inn
488 Lake Flower Ave, Saranac Lake, NY 12983
518-891-1950

Get Fundraising: Ways To Show Off Your Page

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Make your Fundraising page your own! Add images of you on the field, your game schedule and stats

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Update your social profiles with photos of you playing and the link to your page

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Share a video on social media and with your family and friends explaining why you’re fundraising