Do me a favor. Stop reading this for a second and think of someone you know who has been affected by breast cancer. Is it someone you’re related to? Maybe a close friend of yours? Someone from work? Or is it you? I think that one way or another, we all know someone who has been touched by this horrible disease. Unfortunately, I have in more ways than one. And I’m so sick and tired of it hurting the people I love. Aren’t you? That’s why I’ve decided, for the second year in a row, to participate in the American…
Words can’t describe the emotion I felt as I walked in my first American Cancer Society Making Strides walk for breast cancer. I decided to record my experience so I can share it with you. Hopefully, you’ll be inspired to walk and fundraise for a cause that’s near and dear to your heart.
October is officially Breast Cancer Awareness month! And I am definitely thinking not only pink, but I am thinking that I want to help raise awareness and funds for the cause. That’s why I’ve decided that on October 17, 2015, I will be joining thousands of others by participating in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Breast Cancer walk here in Los Angeles. That means I’m in full on fundraising mode. And I need your help!
If there is anything you should know about me, it has to be my support and advocacy for the fight against breast cancer. And as we all know, October is officially Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This Sunday, October 4, 2015, I am honored to co-host an event with Lane Bryant and the American Cancer Society at their Culver City, CA location—and you’re invited!
My aunt lost her battle with breast cancer many years ago. I was 19-years-old when she passed. I miss her smile, her feisty personality, and her laughter. You’d think as the years go by, it gets easier and easier. But, it saddens me today as much as it did then. I know I’m not alone either, I think we’ve all been touched by this disease in one way or another. This is why every October, I do my best to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
My heart is always a little heavy this time of the year with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I lost a beautiful person to this horrible disease and I miss her every day. I know I’m not the only one who has been affected—we are all connected in some way. That’s why it’s so important to help support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, founded by Evelyn H. Lauder.