In its second year in Westchester County, the Real Men Wear Pink campaign has raised more than $60,000 to support the American Cancer Society’s efforts to save lives from breast cancer. Twenty-two men from around the county put on pink items of clothing, raised funds and helped spread awareness of the issue.
Kevin Murphy, a health care executive, was the campaign’s top fundraiser, collecting $17,420. Second was Nick Siciliano, a business owner who raised $17,225.
“We are grateful to Kevin, Nick and all our Real Men Wear Pink candidates for lending their voices to our cause,” said Monica Garrigan of the organization.
Men in pink not in the photo included Perry DiNapoli, Jeff Tiesi, John Decicco, Jim Sinkoff, Christopher Mitchell, Daniel Finger, Daniel Blum, Offutt Porter and Michael Fosina.
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