The Pink Heals tour stops in Milwaukee Wednesday

CREATED Jul 16, 2013 - UPDATED: Jul 17, 2013

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MILWAUKEE - The Pink Heals Tour is headed back to Wisconsin.

In 2012, the National Pink Heals Tour was in Delafield and helped Waukesha County raise $11,000 to help Waukesha County Residents with any cancer.

"Pink Heals started as a way for firefighters and police officers to give Love & Hope to those with any cancer," said Brad Bowen, president of Pink Heals Lake Country. "The National Pink Heals tour is a group of firefighters and public safety personnel who drive pink fire trucks and pink police cars across America bringing the 'Cares Enough to Wear Pink' and Pink Heals Movement to cities around the country. They provide a program for community leaders to adopt, helping them fundraise for people rather than causes."

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States.

The Pink Heals Lake Country Chapter is organizing their second annual event scheduled for Saturday July 20. See the flyer here.

You can also find more information on Pink Heals here.

The Pink Heals truck will be out at TODAY'S TMJ4 Wednesday morning, July 17, starting at 6 a.m. You can come support the cause and sign their truck.