If you can't make the Cancer Crush event, but want to help here's how.

Through the month of March, the QMG Foundation and Hy-Vee are teaming up to help raise money for Cancer Crush. When you shop and either Hy-Vee location in Quincy, when you checkout you will have the option of rounding up to the nearest dollar. This can be done on any transaction, or you can drop your change into the donation jar which will be placed at each register. All donations will be given to Cancer Crush to provide financial support for local patients battling cancer.

The Quincy Medial Group (QMG) Foundation will hold this year's Cancer Crush on April 2 at The Ambience in Quincy, with the event offering both a hybrid experience and in-person option. Tickets will be limited for the in-person option, and can be purchased at cancercrush.org.

Tickets can also be purchased for the $10,000 raffle and the motorcycle which will be given away during the event. To purchase tickets for either raffle, you can go to qmgfoundationshop.com, tickets are $100 and can be split with another person f you choose to do so. For full rules and details and everything you need to know about Cancer Crush, log onto cancercrush.org.

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