Carolina Panthers Tackle Breast Cancer

Three Carolina Panther players host Bowling Against Breast Cancer fundraiser 

Three members of the Carolina Panthers are spreading the wealth this Halloween by helping to raise money for a great cause.

Panthers Defensive End Frank Alexander, Nose Tackle Kyle Love and Defensive End Charles Johnson teamed up Friday to tackle breast cancer.

The Bowling Against Breast Cancer fundraiser was hosted at Strike City in Uptown.

Attendees, which included many of the trio's teammates, showed up in costume.

Alexander and Love said breast cancer awareness is a cause they hold dear to their hearts, as both of their mothers are survivors.

"I just kind of got the idea,” said Alexander. “Ya know, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and just trying to think of something that everybody could come out and have a good time."

"Coming together for a good cause, Breast Cancer,” said Love. “And not just for the women, for the men, too. And, it's just a great opportunity to deal with it."

All proceeds from the event will go towards the Carolinas Healthcare Foundation for Cancer on behalf of Alexander's Helping Hands Foundation.