New 2022 Relay For Life of Second Life Facebook Header


New 2022 Relay For Life of Second Life American Cancer Society Website Banner


September 24, 2021


We have updated for 2022, our Relay For Life of Second Life Facebook header and our Relay For Life of Second Life banner for the American Cancer Society website.


A great big Relay thank you to Wildstar Beaumont for all of the amazing pictures we were able to choose from his flickr pages.


https://www.flickr.com/photos/wildstar_b/albums


And a great big Relay thank you to Arizona Ballinger for her amazing design of this

year’s “Heroes of Hope” logo.


Wildstar & Arizona are both long-time Relayer’s, both very talented, and both part of a very generous Relay community who all reside in a virtual world called Second Life.


We had so much fun finding iconic images that capture the creativity of the many teams who come together year after year to make our Relay so successful.


Thank you to everyone who gives of their time, their talent and their donations.


Let’s all work together to make our 2022 “Heroes of Hope” Relay our best ever.


Updated: Sep 15



From cancer.org: The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer movement has united communities, companies, and individuals across the country in the fight to end breast cancer for more than two decades - and we have no intention of ever slowing down. Here in Second Life, it’s time to make Strides once again! In 2020, our Strides campaign grand total was $33,100 USD - and you know we want to beat that total in 2021. Second Life is home to several Strides campaigns, spanning from September 24th to October 31st. The SL Renaissance Festival starts the season, followed by Out Shop Cancer, Sci Fi Expo, I Pink I Can, and Spooky Strides. Attend one or attend all; they’re bound to be tons of fun… all in the name of fighting breast cancer! In addition to these featured campaigns, there are plenty of other Strides campaigns happening across the grid. Just look for the official American Cancer Society fundraising tools and make a donation!


Here are the Strides campaigns that will occur on or around ACS Island in 2021:


  • SL Renaissance Festival: September 24 - October 3 Contact: Skysong (sgudeman)

  • Out Shop Cancer: October 1 - October 31 Contact: Sandie Loxingly (Slate)

  • Sci Fi Expo - October 8 - October 17 Contact: Benjamin Brougham

  • I Pink I Can - October 8 - October 17 Contact: Jenny Shackle (Anatine)

  • Spooky Strides - October 21 - October 31 Contact: Nance Clowes


The American Cancer Society is currently investing more than $76 million USD in breast cancer research grants, and the ACS itself responds to more than 1.4 million requests for cancer information through their helpline and chat services. The ACS mobile app also helps to connect those facing breast cancer with trained breast cancer survivors to support them during their journey. In Second life, we do our part by offering virtual support groups at Hope Haven on ACS Island.




09/03/2021 - From Stingray Raymaker - Director of ACS in SL


The 2022 Relay For Life of Second Life theme is: Heroes of Hope! - which will undoubtedly manifest itself through tales of heroes, both fiction and non-fiction. The theme will align perfectly as we pursue our goal of raising $500,000 USD in a single year...and as we close in on $5 Million USD, all-time.


We would like to thank everyone who submitted logo concepts over the last several weeks and we’re excited to unveil the final version of the 2022 Relay For Life of Second Life Theme Logo, designed by Arizona Ballinger.


This logo will serve as our flagship symbol for our Relay For Life efforts in 2022. We’re going to try something new this year by integrating the RFL logo into the theme logo (notice “O’ in Hope). Because we cannot sell anything with the ACS/RFL logo on it, we will also make an alternative version of the logo available to anyone who wishes to sell items for donations with the theme logo on them. You can get a copy of both logos in the “logo section” of the Relay Building on the American Cancer Society Island in Second Life.