Last year Sarah Palin spent her birthday at a memorial ceremony honoring the late Chris Kyle. Tuesday, when the former Alaska governor turned 50, she had more of a traditional celebration, but she still demonstrated selflessness. Palin had the welfare of others in mind. She posted on Facebook:
“Got a homemade chocolate cake and apple pie from my sisters for my birthday, so I’m all set! I’ve been telling everyone that a most appreciated gift is to participate in and pledge to this great cause: Todd’s Iron Dog team’s breast cancer awareness “Bring Home the Pink” campaign to help women!”
Now that’s refreshing.
Todd Palin, a four-time champion and Tyler Huntington, who has won the event twice, will race as Team 11 in the Iron Dog later this month. Their Ski-Doo snowmachines will be accented in pink to raise awareness and money for the fight against breast cancer.
You can help too by visiting: http://www.gofundme.com/67f7gs.
No word on if Michelle Obama or Mike Bloomberg weighed in on Palin’s chocolate cake or apple pie.