Help support WDTV's Real Men Wear Pink campaign throughout October

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BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WDTV) -- More than 266,000 women will be diagnosed with cases of invasive breast cancer this year.

WDTV 5 News anchor Josh Croup is joining the American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink campaign this month to help save lives and ensure nobody touched by breast cancer walks alone.

That's why WDTV 5 News anchor Josh Croup is joining the American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink campaign this month to help save lives and ensure nobody touched by breast cancer walks alone.

Croup will wear pink every evening on 5 News to show support and raise awareness and funds for the important cause.

We'd love to have you support our campaign. Click the link to donate in the 'Related Links' section (below on mobile, to the right on desktop). That will take you directly to the American Cancer Society's website.

You can also donate via a Facebook fundraiser that is embedded below.

Josh's Real Men Wear Pink fundraiser

The American Cancer Society is leading the fight for a world without cancer. We're finding cures and doing so mu... ch more. * We're supporting patients with free lodging near hospitals, free rides to treatment, and our live 24/7 cancer helpline.