With the holiday season here and the white stuff flying from the sky, 2011 is knocking on our door. Many take time off from work or school to spend time with family and friends during this time. The staff at the PA Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC) also spends time with their loved ones, but we always think about those who may have something else on their mind.
Breast cancer doesn’t take time off for the holiday or even a coffee break. When you gather with your loved ones to celebrate the end of 2010 and the start of a new year, consider paying-it-forward to the women and families in Pennsylvania who are battling breast cancer. Without the support of individuals like you, the PBCC wouldn’t be able to offer educational programming, advocate for legislation, or offer many of the patient resources available to new or recently diagnosed women.
Georgette Williams, a three year breast cancer survivor, has taken a stand and asked you to help the 103,000 women living with breast cancer in Pennsylvania. Check out Georgette’s brief comments and consider a gift to the PA Breast Cancer Coalition today.
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