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Tackle Cancer

One state. One week. One cause. Minnesota tackle’s cancer together! 

Unfortunately, cancer doesn’t stop even during a pandemic.

Fortunately, Minnesota high school football doesn’t stop in a pandemic either.

Tackle Cancer has raised over $2,000,000 dollars to support Minnesota’s cancer community since 2012.

This year, for one week, October 26th (starting at Noon) to November 1st (ending at Noon), our state's football community will come together as one to support those affected by cancer.

Give what you can to support research & patient aid projects.

Coaches – please help spread the word and share this link and text to give on social media and with your football community.

Link to Give:  Link goes Live Monday, October 26 @ Noon  https://TackleCancer.givesmart.com

Or text TackleCancer to 76278

Not even a pandemic can sideline Tackle Cancer!!

The MFCA appreciates your continued support of this great initiative!

Mission Statement of the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund 
The mission of the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund is to support the cancer community in Minnesota by funding research, prevention, treatment, and other programs relating to the cancer community’s needs.  

September and October are “Tackle Cancer” Months for Minnesota High School and College Football Teams!

Here is how you can get into the game:

  • Choose a home game or games in September and October
  • Promote the “Tackle Cancer” Game in your school and community
  • Collect donations at the gate before the game or in the stands during halftime

Contact Information

Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund
Roseann Shaver or Rhonda Brau
12800 Whitewater Drive, Suite 100
Minnetonka, MN  55343

roseann@randyshavercancerfund.org

MFCA Contact – Dave Nelson
Minnetonka High School,
18301 Highway 7
Minnetonka MN  55345
Office Phone – 952-401-5948

dave.nelson@minnetonkaschools.org

Thank You!

The MFCA would like to thank the Minnesota Vikings, the Minnesota Gophers, and the programs in the MIAC, NSIC and UMAC as well as all the high schools in Minnesota who participate for their support of Tackle Cancer