October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and The Tommy Show is putting their locks where their mouths are. Just days after raising $12,000 for the GW Mammovan at Breast Cancer Bites, Tommy, Kelly and Jen upped the ante with this challenge: If they can raise an additional $20,000 for the cause, the three of them will dye their hair pink.
Donations will go directly to the George Washington Medical Faculty Associates. The Mobile Mammography Program began in 1996 with a grant from the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Its goal was to make early detection of breast cancer readily available to the women of the Washington area. Dedicated to providing area women with education and support, this self-contained mobile unit travels to corporate and community sites, offering one-stop screening performed in a comfortable, convenient environment.