Gary Barbera and His Barbera Cares Programs Continues Support of the AACR with Pink PSA Solar Recycling Kiosks in Philadelphia During the Philadelphia Marathon and with Their Perpetual Partnerships with iHeart Media Philadelphia Because Cancer is a Year-Round Battle
The AACR Philadelphia Marathon on Sunday raises awareness and financial support for the non-profit thanks to the Fundraisers, the AACR staff and of course the Runners for Research. The American Association for Cancer Research is committed to cancer research, administering grants, and finding cures for all types of cancers. It is the oldest and largest scientific organization in the world focusing on cancer research. The AACR is located right here in our hometown in Philadelphia at 615 Chestnut Street.
The AACR Philadelphia Marathon Start Line is the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The race route proceeds throughout scenic Philadelphia through Fairmount Park along the Schuylkill River through University City up to Manayunk then back through the historic district towards the steps of the Art Museum.
Gary Barbera and his Barbera Cares Programs strategically chose the locations WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE for their AACR PSA Solar-Powered Recycling Kiosks to efficiently maximize their use for litter disposal and cleanliness and optimization of visual appeals for charitable support in densely populated areas. Along the marathon route and the cheer zones the bright Pink AACR SRK’s will help encourage support of the AACR and green-up the city by increasing the ability to dispose of recycling water bottles and other trash.
It’s Philadelphia Marathon Weekend in Philly. Gary Barbera and His Barbera Cares Programs continues support of the AACR and encourages everyone to Champion the AACR.
Barbera Cares Pink PSA Kiosk examples at Front and South Street along the race route near Downey’s and in the Historic District along the Race Route
In addition to championing the AACR with PSA Solar Recycling Kiosks Gary Barbera and His Barbera Cares Programs surprised iHeart Media Philadelphia’s Loraine Ballard Morrell, Director Community News with a $500 donation to her fundraising campaign as a Runner for Research for the AACR Philadelphia Marathon. The AACR’s goal is to raise $250,000 from this event. Listen to hear Ms. Ballard Morrell’s reaction to Mr. Barbera’s donation during his recent visit to the iHeart Media Philadelphia Studio to discuss the Gary Barbera Coats for Kids Winter Warm-up Tour. In Ms. Ballard Morrell’s words, the impromptu donation “literally blew her away.” Listen to the Podcast here!
Annually partnering with iHeart Media Philadelphia’s efforts to fundraise for the AACR by their participation in the iHeart Sista Strut every June that celebrates Breast Cancer Survivors within the African American communities and their families as well as donating a week with a Gary Barbera Jeep Wrangler and a Unique Concert Experience for the Annual iHeart Bid for Breast Cancer on-line Auction. At the time of this release Mr. Rebisz of New Jersey was enjoying his week with Gary Barbera’s Jeep Wrangler and his concert experience with all proceeds benefiting the AACR.
To make a donation to the AACR – The American Association for Cancer Research:
For more Barbera Cares Event Information: www.garybarberacares.org
For more information on the Philadelphia Marathon, click here: https://www.philadelphiamarathon.com/info/