Ed Randall’s Fans For The Cure Charity Joins
with Legacy Connect To Bring Together Prostate
Patients And Survivors Through Community-Based Initiatives Online At Bluetember.Org
September 09, 2010 11:39 AM Eastern Daylight Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Ed Randall's Fans For The Cure, a 501 c3 charity, is proud to
announce a partnership with Legacy Connect, a Rockefeller affiliated company, to create a national grass-roots,
online campaign to strike out prostate cancer by raising funds for free cancer screenings in cities across the US, and
to raise awareness about the disease. One in six American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer; nearly
250,000 will be diagnosed within the year. With early detection it is almost 97% curable.
The initiative created by both organizations was announced by Ed Randall, Founder and CEO of Ed Randall’s Fans
For The Cure with Ken Brenner, Founder of Legacy Connect and Mark Rockefeller, Chairman.
“I am honored that we have Legacy Connect as our partner to bring people together through the internet,” Ed
Randall said. “People concerned about prostate cancer are searching for information about this disease. Through this
sharing within communities, men will never feel they are alone.”
Legacy Connect will generate traffic though a campaign website – www.bluetember.org. This site will link back to
the new fansforthecure.org website. Participants will be able to share their experiences with prostate cancer, talk
about the life-saving advantages of early detection and benefit from an expert panel of renowned medical experts. In
addition, through local campaigns, initially in New York and Chicago, money will be raised to fund free prostate
cancer screenings. Fans For The Cure is asking all sports fans to VOTE at www.bluetember.org to bring free
screenings to their ballparks and communities in 2011.
Legacy Connect will provide points to users who become part of the Legacy Loop Community Fans For The Cure
BLUETEMBER program. Users’ points