Pink bats used by Warstic pros in celebration of Mother's Day earlier this season are set to be auctioned off to help efforts towards Breast Cancer Awareness this month.
Profits from this auction will go to The Pink Fund which provides 90-day non-medical cost-of-living expenses to breast cancer patients in active treatment for breast cancer so they can focus on healing, raising their families, and returning to the workplace.
“The Pink Fund was selected as a partner because of its commitment to helping those battle with breast cancer,” said Ben Jenkins, Founder/Co-owner of Warstic. “To us, these women aren’t just survivors, but warriors. They battle."
A recent study by The Pink Fund found that patients are in major financial crisis; skipping treatments, losing jobs, depleting retirement accounts and much more while undergoing treatment but don’t have the financial support.
True warriors defend the defenseless. When you swing Warstic, you swing it in honor and support of real world people and organizations battling for causes to improve the human experience. Our mission is to make more people aware of the harder-to-find, but important causes, by highlighting their stories, supporting them through fundraising efforts, and through sharing a portion of our annual profits.
Bats were photographed by Dallas-based photographer, Andy Klein, who specializes in still life, lifestyle, fashion, landscape, liquids, and industrial photography. Images from Klein were donated for this auction.