moe. partners with American Cancer Society on “Real Men Wear Pink”

This National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, moe. is once again supporting The American Cancer Society (ACS) in its “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign, designed to engage more male community leaders and influencers in the Society’s mission to eliminate breast cancer.
In addition to selling limited edition pink merchandise through the moe. online store (coming soon), the band is offering fans the opportunity to donate for unique experiences at various donation levels, ranging from a round of golf with percussionist Jim Loughlin to a custom song written by guitarist Al Schnier. They are even offering high level donors the opportunity to “join the band for the day,” including hanging with the members during soundcheck, collaborating on the setlist, and sitting in during the show. All proceeds will be donated to ACS, the nation’s largest nonprofit source of cancer research funding. A donation of any amount enters fans for a chance to win VIP tickets to Summer Camp in 2023. For more information and a full list of donation options, visit  
Each year during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ACS invites community leaders to wear pink, plan events, and use social media to help raise awareness and funds for the Society’s breast cancer initiatives. This year also marks the 30th anniversary of ACS’ Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative, which will find 150 communities nationwide supporting The Society through 3-to-5 mile noncompetitive walks.

Having fought his own battle with cancer in 2017, moe.’s bass player Rob Derhak knows the importance of this cause firsthand. “I was fortunate to have a huge team of people rooting for me and giving me support,” Derhak recalls. “The American Cancer Society offered help with so many avenues that I didn’t know existed which made me realize how important the organization is. They offer support for people who may not have that team in their corner.”