The Relay For Life is put on every single year by the American Cancer Society in order to celebrate and remember all of the people lost to cancer every year. Along with being a memorial for victims and survivors, another purpose is to raise money to help find a cure for cancer. People form fun, themed, teams and gather together all over the world. A slogan is a great way to unify your team and really show your spirit for the cause. Here are some wonderful Relay For Life Slogans to get your ideas going.
Ask Me How I Can Keep You Up All Night.
Cancer Fears The Walker.
Cancer Never Sleeps…So Tonight, Neither Will We.
Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.
Dear Cancer: Today Isn’t Your Day!
Dream Big. Hope Big. Relay Big!
Each Lap Gets Us Closer To A World With More Birthdays.
Every Step Is One Closer To A Cure.
Fight The Fight, Find The Cure.
Finish The Fight.
Get More Feet On The Track.
Happy, Alive, & Built To Survive.
Here’s To Lack of Sleep, Blistered Feet, And Telling Cancer We Won’t Be Beat.
Hey Cancer- Quite While You Can!
Hope Lives Here.
I Can Fight Cancer.
I Walk All Night So That Someone May Walk Another Day.
Imagine A World With More Birthdays. I’m Making It Happen.
Kicking Cancer To The Curb.
Life – A Race Worth Running For!
My Friend’s Battle Is My Battle.
One Wish Two Wish. You Wish I Wish For A Cure!
Run For Their Lives.
Run Hard. Run Fast. Run To Cure. Run To Last.
Sending Cancer To Neverland.
There Is No Finish Line Until There Is A Cure.
These Boots Were Made For Walking…All Over Cancer!
Unite For One, Unite For All.
We Can Be Heroes.
We Hate Cancer. But One Day…Cancer Will Hate Us More.
When We Walk Together, We Are Bigger Than Cancer.
This absolutely inspiring video shows the true meaning and message that Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society provides to people who have lost someone to cancer and people fighting the disease.
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