ALT949

$12,704

Target: $9,490
Amount raised last year: $10,350

Our Motivation

Thanks to our partners UC San Diego Health.
Alt 949 has 4 main goals this year...
To encourage men to
1. Pay attention to your health and to what your body is telling you.
2. Emphasize the importance of mental health and its impact on suicide prevention
3. Raise funds for that elusive cure for cancer.
4. Exercise more as in MOVE
Join our team again (or for the first time) and get involved with men's health.

Year after year, prostate cancer continues to be the most diagnosed cancer in men. Prostate cancer is silent until it’s serious, and once you notice symptoms, it may be too late. The good news is, prostate cancer CAN be detected early through routine screening – starting with a simple blood test. Talk to your doctor about when you should begin testing -- based on your age, risk factors and family history. Physicians at UC San Diego Health’s Moores Cancer Center sit on the national committees that set the guidelines for early detection and treatment, so you have access to teams who treat the toughest cases with the most advanced type of care — that is why we are the only NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center here in San Diego. Screening is nothing to be afraid of, and it DOES save lives. To learn more, visit health.ucsd.edu/prostate.
Thank you for being involved and Thank you for your support!

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Team Moves

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Stop Men Dying Too Young

  
 
Movember is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

It only happens because of people like you.

 

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Steve West

Thank you for all of your support during this year's Movember campaign. Thanks to you we far surpassed last year's total. Once again, THANK YOU. And, as always, remember to pay attention to what your body is telling you and see your doctor regularly.

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Donation received
$200
from Shannon Togni
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Donation received
$25
from Rich Johnson

Thanks so much for raising awareness for such a great cause and playing great music!

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$53
from an anonymous supporter
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$50
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Donation received
$250
from laurie Freeman

Steve West brightens my mornings every weekend.

12 Week(s) Ago
Donation received
$50
from Liz Kaye

Such a great cause- thanks for the awesome music every week! It always makes my day!!

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Donation received
$100
from Teddi Reed

Love you Steve West!

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Arthur Moses

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Donation received
$165
from Stacy Nation

For blink 182 drum head

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Donation received
$2,250
from Kevin Capps

For on air auction

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Donation received
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from Andrew Neuman

Thanks, Steve!

Steve West

There will be a prize of breakfast for 4 at Hash House with front of the line privileges for the top team fund raiser this year.

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