ZERO’s new campaign aims to put faces and names to the almost half a million Vets with prostate cancer
On Veteran’s Day, ZERO launched a brand new campaign called “50 Vets in 50 States” – this campaign aims to bring faces and names to the many Veterans across the country battling prostate cancer – and we want you to be a part of it! Read a press release about this exciting new campaign.
We are looking for a Veteran to represent each state! So far we have Veterans representing California, Oklahoma, Ohio, Georgia, and more. You can also learn more about ZERO’s other efforts to support Veterans by clicking here.
If you’re a Veteran and a prostate cancer patient or survivor who is willing to be a vocal advocate and champion for men, we want you to join us:
- Help raise awareness around the increased risk of prostate cancer for Veterans and military servicemen
- Advocate for prostate cancer policies that would improve care for Vets at the state and federal level
- Inform providers and patients about care options via the Mission Act
“As a nine-year stage 4 prostate cancer survivor and proud military veteran, I know all too well the impact of prostate cancer on our veterans community. Veterans have always answered the call to service, and this fight is no exception – we need your help to continue to make a difference in the lives of men and to help Zero realize its mission of ending prostate cancer for good.”
– Col. Paul Taylor, U.S. Army (Retired)
To get started with this campaign or learn about your state’s existing representative, email Ali Manson, ZERO’s VP of Government Relations and Advocacy at email@example.com.
For media inquiries about the campaign, contact ZERO’s Vice President of Government Relations and Advocacy, Ali Manson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-888-9401.