WHO WE ARE 

 

Read the heart warming stories,. Stories about hope. Stories about faith. Stories about joy. Stories about the fighting spirit. here you will get to know our past and present participants through the personal stories of triumph while battling cancer. Also find out about or mission and our history.

WHAT WE DO

 

Learn about our events, our goals and our fun and entertaining programs such as the Hampton Roads Cancer Awarenes Fashion Show, our Cruising For Cancer Tour and the Voices For the Cure singing contest. Also, learn more about our service programs the Cancer Care Fund and Yoga for Cancer.

GIVING BACK

 

Get paid to shop while giving back for a good cause. Shop at your favorite brand names stores through our online giving back store. For every purchase you will get paid and a percentage of the sales will go to MTB Cancer Foundation at no cost to you. Just click on the logo above to view our shops and to register with MTB.

MTB Mission

MTB strives to recognize the brave men, women and children from the Hampton Roads area that are diagnosed with cancer by providing services and by raising awareness   through our entertaining, empowering and inspiring events.

MTB History

Several years ago, MTB Cancer Foundation was created to serve the community.  MTB provides alternative events throughout the year that raises cancer awareness and recognizes the important role of the individual in their fight against cancer.  While our events continually develop and change, we give everyone who is interested the opportunity to participate in events that are entertaining, inspiring and empowering. Helping those battling cancer and cancer survivors has grown to become a permanent part of the MTB community.

MTB Cancer Foundation in the News

March is Kidney Colorectal and Multiple Myeloma

Cancer Awareness Month

  1. Kidney Cancer (Orange Ribbon): Most people with kidney cancer are older. The average age of people when they are diagnosed is 64. Kidney cancer is very uncommon in people younger than age 45.
  2. Colorectal Cancer (Dark Blue Ribbon): Excluding skin cancers, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States. The American Cancer Society's estimates for the number of colorectal cancer cases in the United States for 2015 are:
    1. 93,090 new cases of colon cancer
    2. 39,610 new cases of rectal cancer
  3. Multiple Myeloma Cancer (Burgundy Ribbon): Multiple myeloma is a cancer formed by malignant plasma cells. Normal plasma cells are found in the bone marrow and are an important part of the immune system. 

 

* For information visit the American Cancer Society webpage

MTB Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. Donations and contributions are tax deductible.

2015 Hampton Roads Cancer Awareness Fashion Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Hampton Roads

Cancer Awareness Fashion Show

Hilton Garden Inn Oceanfront

 

MTB would like to thank our models, volunteers, sponsors and supporters, Cheap Thrills, Efrem Graham, Ray Pope, Studio Be Hair salon, Dan Ryan’s For Men, Double Take, Beecroft & Bull, Rico Marcelo Photogrpahy and the Hilton Garden Inn Ocenafront for making the 2015 Hampton Roads Cancer Awareness Fashion Show a success.

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