Calling all football fans!

Published on January 29, 2018

Updated on March 1, 2018

February is Cancer Prevention Month. Here’s your chance to be a champion in your own right by turning your Super Bowl party into a fundraiser.

The Super Bowl is one of the most popular events of the year and for many, it might as well be a national holiday. This year, don’t be just a spectator, get involved! Spice up your Super Bowl party with some friendly competition to support the Prevent Cancer Foundation®. Here are ways you can show your team spirit while supporting cancer prevention and early detection.

Cover: Ask your friends to donate a cover charge for the party. You can send out this link with your party invitations.

Raffle: Create a raffle ticket for guests to fill out their predictions for the winning team and final score. Purchase a prize for the winning ticket, or have one donated from a local business (restaurant or spa gift cards or tickets to a game next season are always a big hit). Sell the tickets to your guests and donate what you raise. The person who guesses the winning team and is closest to the final score wins the prize.

Craziest fan: Your guests can pay to enter the contest and whoever shows the most team pride wins.

Super Bowl bingo: Print out pre-made bingo cards like these and charge your guests to play. Give everybody peanuts, pretzels or another small snack to mark their cards. The first person to yell bingo first wins a prize. You can also customize your boards or play Super Bowl commercial bingo.

Not planning on hosting a party? You can set up a Facebook fundraiser in seconds. Challenge your friends to donate in honor of the team they are rooting for and track which team is winning with the most donations.

Do some good while cheering on your team next Sunday—if your team wins you’ll have two reasons to celebrate! Together, we can Stop Cancer Before It Starts!®

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