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53 Funny Relay for Life Team Names

Cancer has been on the decline since 1990, avoiding and preventing more than 1 million deaths. Organizations such as the American Cancer Society are dedicated to providing treatment, research, and education about cancer. Events such as the Relay for Life help to fund the Cancer Society in their efforts. This event is constructed of teams that camp out around a track and take turns walking around. With food, games, and activities provided a celebration of survivors and luminaria ceremony remembers those that fell victim to cancer. The relay for life began in 1985 with one man spending 24 hours walking and running around a track in Tacoma, Washington. Since than more than $5 billion has been raised to fight cancer and the movement has grown worldwide. The following relay for life team names are intended to inspire your creativity and participating in this meaningful event.

All Night for the Fight
Amazonian Mermaids
Answer for Cancer
Banking on a Cure
Blister Sisters
Bone Crushin Ballerinas
Cancer Slayers
Coast Busters
Conquer Cancer
Dangerous Divas
Destructive Divas
Eye Candy Chicks
FBI Girls
Fight the Fight
Flower Power
Fusion Girls
Glucose Patrol
Got Hope?
Happy Feet
Hippie Chicks
Holy Walkamolies
Hope on the Move
I’m Dreaming of a Cancer Free Christmas
Jalapeno Hotties
Junk Yard Divas
Laps on Laps
Legs for Liberty
Lost in Pace
Luke Skywalkers
Making Strides
Pace Makers
Pink Fluffy Monsters
Pink Panthers of Death
Pink Ribbon Racers
Purple Monkeys
Rumpled Old Men
Save Second Base
School of Walk
Screaming Divas
Sole Mates
Soleful Struters
Stop the War on my Rack
Sugar Shakers
Team Tenderfoots
The Flaming Pink Flamingos
The Flower Fluff Whirls
The Might Morphin Flower Arrangers
The Rack Pack
The Tumorators
The Walkie Talkies
Too Inspires to be Tired
Up Til Dawn
Walking Wounded

An estimated 72% of donations received by the Cancer Society goes towards prevention programs, activities, treatment, and research. Approximately 250,000 free nights are given in lodging facilities and 90,000 cancer patients treated through their program. Nearly one million people call for help and support. The below infographic outlines the facts and services that the Cancer Society has provided to cancer sufferers in the United States.

Where the Cancer Society Spends Their Money

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