Parkside hosts inaugural Dig Pink game for Brooke Mulford Foundation
SALISBURY, Md. – Although Brooke Mulford is gone her legacy in the community continues, and Wednesday her foundation teamed up with the girls volleyball team at Parkside High School for their inaugural Dig Pink game.
We’re told the athletes designed the special jerseys used Wednesday themselves. The players went around to local businesses to collect donations for their raffles, with proceeds going to the Brooke Mulford Foundation’s Toy Chest.
Parkside’s girls also wanted to make this a fun experience for the fans, creating posters, and bringing in baked goods.
“The girls really wanted to do something. Everybody does, wear pink in October, but they wanted to do something to actually raise money for the charities that could benefit from it,” said Brooke Church, mother of a Parkside volleyball player.
Organizers say they hope to make this an annual event at Parkside High School. If you want to donate, go here.