St. Vincent Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Glove Dance

This is a pretty cool fund-raising concept: the Pink Glove Dance. The email I received from my aunt, a nurse in Toronto:

Emily (MacInnes) Somers created, directed and choreographed this in Portland last week for her Medline glove division as a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness. This was all her idea to help promote their new pink gloves. I don’t know how she got so many employees, doctors and patients to participate, but it started to really catch on and they all had a lot of fun doing it.

When the video gets 1 million hits, Medline will be making a huge contribution to the hospital, as well as offering free mammograms for the community. Please check it out. It’s an easy and great way to donate to a wonderful cause, and who hasn’t been touched by breast cancer?

The video was shot locally at St. Vincent Hospital.

2 Comments on “St. Vincent Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Glove Dance

  1. I’m a breast cancer survivor as well as my daughter and 2 neices. This brought tears to my eyes as well a smile to my face! Thank-you all for keeping breast cancer in the for front sincerely, Fay Tillson RN and Survivor

  2. As of right now, there are 10,832,774 views of the video!

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