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The family of Austin Lacey has established The Austin Lacey Fund (through the Mitchell Cancer Institute of the University of South Alabama) to raise awareness for and to facilitate early diagnosis of cancer in young adults, as well as to provide support services for young adults who have been diagnosed. 

Austin Lacey lost his battle with lung cancer at the age of 28 on May 4, 2011. Austin worked with his family to establish this fund before his death so that other young people could get the early diagnosis and treatment they need.

The Lacey family requests you consider a donation in Austin's honor. You can make a donation in one of two ways:
 

ONLINE

To make a donation through the University of South Alabama's Office of Development, visit http://www.southalabama.edu/mci/giving/index.html
Click on 'Give to USA.'  On the new page that opens, under "I want to support" choose 'Healthcare', 'Mitchell Cancer Institute' Division, and 'Other' Fund.  Be sure to enter "Austin Lacey Fund" in the blank provided.  For questions, contact Kelly McCarron at (251) 460-7032 or by email at kmccarron@usouthal.edu.


THROUGH THE MAIL
Make checks payable to Austin Lacey Fund
Mail your check to:
University of South Alabama
Office of Development
650 Clinic Drive
Room 2150
Mobile, Alabama 36688-0002


FLAGS
In memory of Austin Lacey, nautical 'A' flags are for sale for $25 each. All proceeds go to benefit the fund and its cause to fight cancer in young adults. To order a flag please email info@austinlaceyfund.com or call 251-709-7613.