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October 28, 2011

Dear
Friend,

For 21 years, Us TOO International and hundreds of our volunteers have been carrying out peer-to-peer education and support activities for those in need. Maybe you or one of your loved ones have benefitted from our brotherhood and resources.

Unfortunately, we still often hear “I wish I had known about your organization six months ago when my husband/brother/father was diagnosed.”  We don’t want to be a best-kept secret!  We want the best for these men and their families, and know we can give so many the hope they seek through our education, support and advocacy resources.

This year’s annual fundraiser appeal - which we are calling the Hope Campaign - is very important to our ability to serve you and the ever-growing stream of men and their families confronted by prostate cancer decisions.

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We are wrapping up another year and looking forward to a bright future, but we could use your help to reach a wider audience of men and those who care about them.  We appreciate any assistance you can provide in helping support our outreach, programs and services for men and their families battling prostate cancer.

Please share the hope and make a donation to Us TOO today by clicking here!

Our goal is to raise $30,000 by December 31, 2011.

Funds raised will be directed to help the Us TOO home office's ability to work better and more closely with all the local support group chapters, who in turn, better support local community members with or concerned about prostate cancer.  Please help us continue these important and vital services so they can be available for those wrestling with this disease.

Donate at www.ustoo.org/2011DonateHope

Thank you.

Sincerely,


Thomas Kirk
President & CEO
Us TOO International
tom@ustoo.org

Thomas Kirk