Trinity Logistics, in conjunction with the Trinity Foundation, held its third annual “Big Pink Volleyball Tournament” on Saturday, March 12th, at Delmarva Christian High School in Georgetown. The event’s goal is to encourage breast cancer awareness and prevention, as well as raise funds for the Nanticoke Cancer Center in Seaford, which totaled $4,300 this year.
Twenty teams competed and were comprised of many local organizations, including Nanticoke Health Services, Sharp Energy, Procino Wells and Woodland, and Horsey Family Youth Foundation. The winner, team “Breast Assured”, was made up of Trinity Logistics team members, and 85 other Trinity team members volunteered to help with the event.
“We have several team members and their families currently being affected by breast cancer,” said Amy Proctor, director of the Trinity Foundation. “Supporting our local cancer care center and their programs that help right here in our community is something we’re passionate about.”
The tournament was made possible by sponsorships from Tri Gas & Oil, Sharp Energy, Seaford Central Elementary School teachers, and the host sponsor, Trinity Logistics.
“The awareness and funding provided from Trinity’s Big Pink Volleyball Tournament is invaluable in helping patients during their journey at the Nanticoke Cancer Center,” said Renee’ S. Morris, executive director of Nanticoke Health Services Foundation. “We all know of someone that has been impacted by cancer, but because of community members like Trinity Logistics, cancer doesn’t stand a fighting chance.”
If you’re interested in being involved in next year’s tournament, or in any of the Trinity Foundation’s other causes, please email us at email@example.com.