Dave founded Pink Heals - Guardians of the Ribbon. It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to have men support women in their fight against ALL cancers (not just breast cancer). The guardians are a group of firefighters who give up their vacation time and time with their families to go to events across the valley year wide and on a national tour at the end of each year. They drive pink trucks and wear pink turnouts to show these women that men (in blue) support women by wearing their color. Any survivor or someone affected (a loved one) by the disease can sign the trucks. Tens of thousands of women have signed the trucks. The money raised from each event stays within the community so that the event leaders/community leaders can determine which organizations or individuals would benefit the most from the proceeds. Money from the PINK HEALS t-shirt sales ONLY goes to put fuel in the trucks. All else stays with the event. Often they go to existing events and sometimes hold their own. They are selfless, dedicated and they do this to show love and hope to women. Men fighting for women (and children)... those not yet affected fighting for those who have survived, are currently fighting or have lost their battle to cancer. WHAT THEY DO IS AMAZING. The love they give and the love that is reciprocated is life-changing. They are heroes for doing this for many reasons but one reason that stands out is that they do this to spread love and hope to women who suffer from any cancer. Their video pink heals tour 2010 is on youtube as are other stories. What they have done locally is amazing and to think they go cross country as well. Now that is a hero. I can send a photo of Dave himself or this is of the work they do. Here's to Dave Graybill, the Guardians (the firefighters - many from Glendale) and Pink Heals!