THE FLATS – Georgia Tech women’s basketball will play its annual Play4Kay Pink Game on February 17 when it hosts Virginia Tech at 1 p.m. in McCamish Pavilion. Play4Kay is a yearly event to bring awareness to breast cancer.
In addition to wearing custom pink uniforms during the game, Georgia Tech is taking part in the Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge during the month of February with proceeds benefitting the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Patrons wishing to help the Yellow Jackets meet their goal of raising $5,000 can pledge to make a donation for every free throw made during the month of February, or make a one-time flat donation. The Jackets will compete against other college basketball teams around the country to see who can raise the most money for those battling cancer.
To make a pledge, please click here.
Every pledge will make an impact on those battling cancer. The Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge is proudly sponsored by John & Sue Gibbs.
The Play4Kay initiative is Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s largest fundraiser and plays a major role in uniting players, coaches and fans to do something for the greater good that far exceeds wins and losses on the court. The mission is to extend and improve the lives of all women battling cancer by raising money for research and assisting the underserved.