founded in 2011 as a way to honor 10 year old Brennan Daigle from
Westlake, Louisiana whose battle with cancer created an army of
supporters worldwide. Recognizing that there were a multitude of
organizations supporting people battling the many different forms of
cancer, it was decided that there was a need for an organization that
would work to help anyone, with any form of cancer, within Louisiana.
limiting ourselves to focusing on raising awareness of just one form of
cancer, we freed ourselves to take on any challenge sent our way. What
started out as a challenge to build a little boy that loved the US
military a custom truck has grown into an organization that knows no
borders, no boundaries, and no limits.
the equipment used by our country's Fire, Police, Military, and EMS
personnel, we hope to remind people that even heroes have heroes. Our
heroes are the people that fight hard every day against cancer. They
fight a battle that is long and hard and not fought fairly by their
enemy. Our heroes are winning that battle, and we're there to help them
do it, any way we can.
spirit and strength of our founder, Brennan Daigle, lives on in
everything we do, every project we complete, and every challenge we
undertake. Brennan's legacy will live on through Colors
for a Cause as we strive to increase awareness of the need for more research,
funding, and knowledge about all the forms of cancer that affect our