Miami Dolphins and University of Miami Football Join Forces with AutoNation DRV PNK to Deliver Hope to Cancer Patients

Players visit Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and deliver Totes for Hope comfort bags to children, adults undergoing treatment

Courtesy of AutoNation
Courtesy of AutoNation

AutoNation, America’s most admired automotive retailer, recently teamed up with UM Football and the Miami Dolphins to deliver Totes for Hope comfort to children and adults undergoing cancer treatment as part of AutoNation’s annual Drive Pink (DRV PNK) campaign, which has raised and donated more than $35 million to support cancer research and treatment.

The specially designed Totes for Hope filled with comfort items were delivered by Miami Dolphins quarterback Skylar Thompson to Alex’s Place at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dolphins Cancer Challenge Executive Director Javier Sanchez,

AutoNation South Florida Market President Benny Dominguez and Alex’s Place at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Dr. Julio Barredo were also in attendance.

Later that day, UM Football running back Don Chaney, defensive lineman Jahfari Harvey, defensive back Jaden Davis, safety James Williams and safety Kam Kinchens, joined by  Dr. Ingrid Barrera, delivered comfort items to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Held recently, AutoNation’s annual DRV PNK Across America Day gathered Associates from coast to coast to assemble thousands of Totes for Hope that are being delivered to cancer treatment facilities in their communities.

Each year, AutoNation Associates participate in charitable initiatives that help drive cancer awareness and support the fight against the disease. Together with Customers and community partners, Associates have helped AutoNation raise and donate over $35 million to drive out cancer since 2013. Funds are administered to facilities and organizations across the country to support cancer research, treatment, and services where they are most needed.