Tower goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month | News
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The 1625 Eye Street Tower is going pink every night in October for breast cancer awareness month. The building was lit pink on Monday night.
It's the 7th year the G'town Visitation's Think Pink Society has been involved. Ebeauty Community joins it in kicking off a month-long wig donation drive.
Carolyn Keller of E. Beauty Community, and a two-time breast cancer survivor, started the wig drive to help women deal with a dreaded side effect of their cancer treatments: hair loss.
Monday night's event honored Teresa Larson, the wife of WUSA 9 producer-writer Mike Bratton. She died of breast cancer August 4th.
If you'd like to donate to the wig exchange program, there will be drop off boxes all month in the lobby at 1625 Eye Street, NW and another at 1350 Eye Street, NW. You can get more information on the wig exchange at EBeauty.com.