A Limerick, Maine concrete firm donated 14,000 cans to honor a breast cancer survivor and a Standish man donated two bags of cans at the end of Day 2 of Cans for the Cure to honor his mother who lost her battle with breast cancer.
When Bryce Deshaies knew the Cans for a Cure was happening in just three weeks, he didn't waste any time. With the help of his family and friends, the 8-year-old Parsonsfield, Maine boy collected 205 bags of bottles and cans.
n less than six hours, the Q's Cans for a Cure campaign netted 110,842 cans from Mainers, businesses and non profit groups toward their 500,000 can goal.
Cans For a Cure 2014 is underway and The Q Morning Show is at the Maine Mall Parking lot until we collect half a million empty bottles and cans to redeem and donate $25,000 to the Maine Cancer Foundation and the Cancer Community Center.