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Fighting For a Cure Shirt & Day

Coach Bill Snyder holding Fighting for a Cure shirt 2018

#HelpKStateFightCancer

The K-State Family is fighting, ever fighting, for a cure! Mark your calendars for K-State's 6th Annual Fighting for a Cure Day, Sat., Oct. 5, 2019! Watch for the new 2019 shirt design coming soon! Plus, the Bill Snyder commemorative shirt and other Fighting for a Cure shirts are still available, with all proceeds supporting K-State cancer research.

Join former K-State Head Football Coach Bill Snyder and Sharon Snyder & family, "Modern Family" actor and K-State alum Eric Stonestreet, former Wildcat and Chiefs football player Kevin Lockett, K-State President Richard & Mary Jo Myers, K-State Band Director Frank Tracz and many others in celebrating the university's fight against cancer and honoring its cancer survivors and researchers with a Fighting for a Cure shirt.

About the 2018 Bill Snyder commemorative shirts 

Fighting for a Cure shirt 2018These are soft, stretchy, lightweight fashion t-shirts made of 4.5-oz. pre-shrunk, 100% RINGSPUN cotton. They are purple with the words "Fighting ever fighting for a cure" in big block letters that show an image of Willie the Wildcat. Above and beside the words are a Powercat and Coach Snyder's signature. The phrase is inspired by the K-State fight song, "Wildcat Victory."

The shirts are $25 each, with proceeds supporting K-State cancer research.

SIZES:  Men’s Small - 3XL  ¦  Ladies' Small - 2XL  ¦  Youth Medium - XL

Buy shirts at:
  • Johnson Cancer Research Center, 1 Chalmers Hall, 1711 Claflin Rd., Manh. (enter through courtyard at intersection of Claflin Rd. & 17th St./Pedestrian Mall, across from Gen. Myers Hall)
  • Our Webstore powered by N Zone  Shipping fee is $6.50 for 1-2 shirts or $13.50 for 3-8 shirts. For more than 8 shirts, please contact our center, 785-532-6705 or cancerresearch@ksu.edu.

Throwback shirts

Our first two Fighting for a Cure shirt styles are still available, while supplies last! They are $20 each and also available on the webstore.

The newer shirt, introduced in 2016, has a white Powercat. The older shirt, introduced in 2014-2015, has a pink Powercat and ribbons. Both are Gildan brand, 100% cotton. The ladies' pink Powercat shirt is a slim-fitting junior style made with 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

SIZES—Contact us to see what sizes we currently have as these could go fast, especially the pink Powercat shirts since we have very few. 

WHITE POWERCAT SHIRT SIZES (2016)
Fighting for a Cure shirt with white Powercat

SIZES in stock at last check:
-Men's Small - 3XL
-Ladies' XS - XL – The width is the same as the men's, but the shoulders are narrower and the sleeves and body are shorter. (These are not the same as the pink Powercat ladies' "junior" style shirts.)
-Youth Medium, Large and XL 

PINK POWERCAT SHIRT SIZES (2014)

Fighting for a Cure shirt with pink Powercat

SIZES in stock at last check:
-Men's Small, Medium (out of Lg, XL, 2XL)
-Ladies' Sm, Med, Lg (These are very slim-fitting "junior" style shirts; we recommend going up at least one size.)
-Youth Small, Large and XL (out of youth medium)


Spread the word!

Post photos on social media of you and your friends wearing the shirt, and use the hashtag #HelpKStateFightCancer!

View photos of K-State celebrities and other friends in 2014, 201520162017 and 2018 on Facebook. You do not need a Facebook account to view them.

LISTEN TO COACH SNYDER'S 2018 APPEAL TO K-STATE FANS TO SUPPORT K-STATE CANCER RESEARCH

Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who has bought and helped us sell shirts, and united in wearing them on Fighting for a Cure Day these past few years! Your support has raised more than $40,000! We also appreciate the support of Coach Bill Snyder, Sharon Snyder and the Snyder family, K-State alum and "Modern Family" actor Eric Stonestreet, former K-State and Kansas City Chiefs football player Kevin Lockett, the K-State Marching Band and others as they showed their pride in K-State's fight against cancer.