Thank you for visiting. We have been dedicated for a long time to help find a cure for cancer and support our friends and family touched by this terrible disease. We have lost family and friends to this disease. David Zumaya was a wedding photographer for over 15 years. His first experience with breast cancer was with a bride and daughter of a friend. After her wedding and having a child, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and passed away. Several other friends have had breast cancer and this pass year David's sister won her fight with breast cancer. Cancer is very ugly and David supports all the efforts of the American Cancer Society. David along with My San Diego North County have donated photo booth services to over eight Relay For Life events. We will continue to work on finding a cure and helping survivors until its just a page in our history books.
Please support the fight against Breast Cancer and join us and David's fundraising goal of $2,500 for the Making Strides of San Diego walk: Sunday, October 20. Join us at the walk and bring a team so we can celebrate our survivors together. Follow David on Instagram at @SanDiegoDMZ
How can you help?
Donate $500 to David's fundraising page on Amerian Cancer Society Real Men Wear Pink Page
The first five donations at or above this level will receive a FREE 3-hour photo booth session (valued at $600). *Contact me for details. Limited to availability.
If you can't do $500, please help with $25 or whatever you can spare. Every dollar helps.
WHAT IS REAL MEN WEAR PINK?
Real Men Wear Pink was created to give men a greater presence in the fight against breast cancer. Working alongside our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events, Real Men Wear Pink gives communities the opportunity to nominate local male leaders to spearhead fundraising for the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer initiatives.
Every dollar we raise helps save lives from breast cancer through early detection and prevention, innovative breast cancer research, and patient support. Thanks to the passion of our Real Men Wear Pink supporters, we’re able to make a huge impact on breast cancer.
Road To Recovery
7.6 Million free rides to treatment have been given to patients since 2005.
Hope Lodge Communities
267,000 free nights of lodging were provided to patients in 2015.
Reach To Recovery
1.5 million patients have received one-on-one support from fellow breast cancer survivors since the program began in 1969.
50,000 patients got help in understanding their diagnosis and tackling day-to-day issues in 2015.
Breast Cancer Research
The American Cancer Society is currently funding 160 grants related to breast cancer – totaling more than $62 million.
Are you a Real Man? Join me in finding a cure for cancer and support our survivors.
Join the Real Man team with the Amerian Cancer Society at Click Here