First Commerce Credit Union and TMH Foundation Kick Off Second #PinkPower #FlamingoChallenge Supporting Local Breast Cancer Patients

First Commerce Credit Union and the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) Foundation are joining forces again this year to spearhead the #PinkPower #FlamingoChallenge as a fun way to raise funds for local breast cancer patients during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
To jumpstart the challenge this year, First Commerce and the TMH Foundation will welcome back former supporters and challenge even more businesses, organizations and individuals in Tallahassee and South Georgia to join the flock. Anyone accepting the challenge will receive a flock of plastic flamingos and will be encouraged to raise funds to directly support local patients – and then keep the flock moving by issuing a challenge to another organization or individual.
For more information on how to start your own flock and/or join the #PinkPower #FlamingoChallenge, visit TMH.ORG/PinkPower or contact First Commerce by email at or by phone at (850) 488-0035, press 1, and then extension 1055 or 3553.
Funds raised through the #PinkPower #FlamingoChallenge will directly benefit patients of the Walker Breast Program, which offers a full array of diagnostic and support services for the detection and treatment of breast cancer.
As another way to help the community show support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, TMH Foundation and First Commerce have designated Friday, Oct. 22, as #PinkPower Day in our community. Paint the town pink by encouraging your team, family and friends to wear or display pink, decorate offices and homes (work from home spaces, too!) and more. The #FlamingoChallenge will also be front and center at Bannerman Crossing’s Northtown Get Down on Friday, Oct. 22, as businesses rally to support the cause.