2018 PINKOUT Football Game
Warriors for Warriors 2018 PINKOUT T-Shirt Design Contest Winning design will win $100 visa gift card! RULES: 1. Use only the following colors in the design: Royal Blue, White and Pink. 2. Design must fit on the front center chest area of the...read more
Warriors for Warriors announces partnership with Angels of Hope Warriors for Warriors has a new partnership for the upcoming year. Starting with fundraising events in 2018, including the annual Pink Out football game at Walled Lake Western High...read more
Geisler Middle School and the GMS Junior National Honor Society are collecting TOYS for Children’s Hospital Patients As a tribute to our beloved honorary captain Dani Arsenault, Geisler Middle School and the GMS Junior National Honor Society...read more
Warriors for Warriors was started at Walled Lake Western in 2011. Warriors for Warriors (W4W’s) was the original inspiration of Head Football Coach, Mike Zdebski. His idea for a pink football game to raise funds for cancer awareness inspired a few booster parents, and the idea quickly took off!
W4W’s original planning meeting in January of 2011 had about 20 volunteers excited about the idea of getting involved in such a worthwhile cause.
The original idea was for the WLW Football Program and players to hold this event in order to further the players’ involvement in their community and to support those who have been affected by cancer. The enthusiasm of the volunteers was contagious from the beginning. That, coupled with the overwhelming support and willingness to get involved by businesses and organizations in the community, have proven to be key factors in W4W’s success. In the first two years, W4W has raised over $140,000. The three charities we support: Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure, American Cancer Society Coaches vs. Cancer, and Lakes Area St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
In the first six years, W4W has raised over $390,000.The three charities we support: Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure, American Cancer Society Coaches vs. Cancer, and Lakes Area St. Baldrick’s Foundation.