San Francisco Giants to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

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The San Francisco Giants will be supporting breast cancer awareness at an upcoming game.

The San Francisco Giants baseball team is hitting the ball out of the park with a night devoted to raising breast cancer awareness. Fans who attend the July 2 event will be able to enjoy the game, which will be against the Saint Louis Cardinals, and meet with breast cancer supporters. The Giants' former star Jeffrey Leonard will attend the game. He is an avid supporter of breast cancer research and education. Everyone who attends the game will receive a Leonard-themed shirt.

All the proceeds made from July 2 ticket purchases will go to the One Flap Down Foundation, an organization that helps single parents who are living with breast cancer. Raising children without the help of a partner can be a huge challenge, and single parents may feel like they can't afford to be sick. However, breast cancer strikes one in eight women without discrimination. The One Flap Down Foundation provides financial and child care support single parents and their kids. That way, while the patient recovers, they know their children are in good hands. 

Tickets for the breast cancer awareness game are still available.

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