Relay For Life of Baldwin County

Harold at Relay 2008
Harold at Relay 2008

Century Bank and Trust

Why We Formed a Relay For Life Fundraising Team

Cancer has touched many of us in some way, so we decided to fight back by raising funds and walking in our local American Cancer Society Relay For Life event.

 

Century Bank and Trust has lost employees, directors, and customers to cancer.  The picture above is a longtime Century Bank employee, Harold Baugus. Harold was a prostate cancer survivor and valued member of our Relay team.  Over the last 5 years of his life, he raised over $10,000.00.  We lost Harold in August 2010 to cancer.  Unlike his prostate cancer, the pelvic cancer that took him was not detected until it was too late to be treated.  A major reason we relay is to raise funds so that research can continue to be done.  Our hope is that one day, cancer will always be found quickly and can be cured.
 
At our Relay event, we will take turns walking around the track to raise money and awareness to help the American Cancer Society in their lifesaving mission.

Please join our team or make a donation. Saving lives from cancer starts one team, one participant, one dollar at a time.  The impact we can make together is much greater than what any of us could do alone!

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Century Bank and Trust

we’ve raised $1,062
Our Goal $15,000.00
83Days Left
#2 out of 24 Teams

Our Event


Why We Relay

Why We Formed a Relay For Life Fundraising Team

Cancer has touched many of us in some way, so we decided to fight back by raising funds and walking in our local American Cancer Society Relay For Life event.

 

Century Bank and Trust has lost employees, directors, and customers to cancer.  The picture above is a longtime Century Bank employee, Harold Baugus. Harold was a prostate cancer survivor and valued member of our Relay team.  Over the last 5 years of his life, he raised over $10,000.00.  We lost Harold in August 2010 to cancer.  Unlike his prostate cancer, the pelvic cancer that took him was not detected until it was too late to be treated.  A major reason we relay is to raise funds so that research can continue to be done.  Our hope is that one day, cancer will always be found quickly and can be cured.
 
At our Relay event, we will take turns walking around the track to raise money and awareness to help the American Cancer Society in their lifesaving mission.

Please join our team or make a donation. Saving lives from cancer starts one team, one participant, one dollar at a time.  The impact we can make together is much greater than what any of us could do alone!

Team Members

Name Amount Donate

Thank You Donors

  1. FromAmount
Top Donors
  1. Belk Charity Sale Proceeds$105
  2. Belk Charity Sale Proceeds$50
  3. Belk Charity Ticket Proceeds$5
  4. Belk Charity Ticket Proceeds$5
  5. Bell Charity Ticket Proceeds$5
  6. Century Bank$16
  7. Lee and Turner PC$200
  8. Anonymous$150
  9. Anonymous$35
  10. Anonymous$30
  11. Anonymous$25
  12. Anonymous$20
  13. Anonymous$15
  14. Anonymous$11
  15. Anonymous$5
  16. Anonymous$5
  17. Jennifer Hammock$45
  18. Marshall Lee$200
  19. Matthew Wilson$15
  20. Tammy D Lee$100
  21. Terry Quick$20
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When Communities Come Together

The money raised through Relay For Life events helps realize the American Cancer Society's mission to save lives, celebrate life, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

Donations are used to fund life-saving cancer research, patient support services, prevention and education information, and detection and treatment programs. Here's how the money raised last year is helping make a difference.

$406 million

Funding potentially life-saving cancer research grants.

1.2+ million

Calls and chats from patients/caregivers seeking info and support.

456 thousand

Nights of free lodging provided to patients at Hope Lodge®.