- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
- Amerigroup and Amerigroup Maryland
- AmeriHealth Caritas
- Bald Eagle and Barry Farms Recreation Centers
- Bella Warrior
- Bernice Elizabeth Fontenau Senior Wellness Center
- The Brem Foundation
- CareMore Health
- Celadon Spa & Salon
- Comfort One Shoes
- Community of Hope
- District of Columbia Department of Corrections & Department of Homeland Security
- The Links
- The Mayor’s Office on Women’s Policies and Initiatives
- Metropolitan Police Department “Beat the Streets” Program
- Nueva Vida
- Paramount Baptist Church
- The Power of Pink: Working Out to Prevent Breast Cancer
- Runway for a Cure DC
- Trusted Health Plan
- Unity HealthCare
- Ward 8 Health Council
- Whitman Walker Health
Partner Spotlight – Celadon Spa & Salon
But for Judith and Kerry support means more than just dollars. With both having families touched by breast cancer, they have always been willing to do more. Each year Judith provides glamorous gift bags and beauty samples for the attendees of our Ladies Night In event. And Kerry led the crusade for the District’s first ever breast cancer awareness license plate released in June. Breast Care for Washington’s new mobile mammography vehicle proudly shows off the #1 plate.
Thank you Judith, Kerry and everyone at Celadon Spa & Salon for your unwavering support since 2014.
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Runway for a Cure DC: Living Out Loud in Style
Breast Care for Washington is excited to be the beneficiary of the 3rd Annual Runway for a Cure DC: Living Out Loud In Style, which took place on Sunday August 17th. Runway for a Cure DC, a non-profit organization, sponsored its 3rd Annual Fashion Show,”Runway for a Cure DC” hosted by EZ Street of WHUR-FM. Its mission is to promote early detection of cancer, help with the cost of mammograms, and give donations to help with the financial obligations of cancer survivors.
Runway for a Cure DC celebrates the lives of Breast Cancer Survivors, encourages family and friends of those affected by Breast Cancer, and gives back to individuals or organizations who support Breast Cancer Research, Awareness, and Survivors. The show featured presentations from the hottest Fashion Designers in the Washington DC area with designs worn by some of the most fierce models from Washington, including fabulous breast cancer survivors.
Breast Care for Washington gratefully appreciates our selection as one of the Power of Pink’s beneficiaries in 2017 and 2018.
Founded in October 2012 by Karen Beam Leder, the Power of Pink Fund honors her sister, Jill Beam Kougl, who is a two time breast cancer survivor. Jill’s courage, determination and positive attitude through her various treatments and reconstructions are the inspiration for this fund which was created to help those who cannot afford breast health screenings and treatment in the Washington, DC area. Jill was first diagnosed at the young age of 38 and then again at 51. She used exercise as a way to cope with her cancer, battling it with grace, dignity and determination. The Power of Pink raises its funds through two exciting work out events that take place in Bethesda and Northern Virginia in October.
Over the past seven years the Power of Pink has raised over $750,000 to help educate, detect and treat breast cancer. 100 percent of all funds raised are donated to organizations that provide breast health and education to women in the Washington DC area. In 2017 the Mammography Suite at Breast Care for Washington was dedicated to all the breast cancer survivors on the Power of Pink’s Committee. For more information visit: www.power-of-pink.org.