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A Thank You From Susan G. Komen Miami/Ft. Lauderdale

Race Day was truly inspirational as thousands gathered for the 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Race for the Cure® with one shared goal: to end breast cancer forever. Thank you!Now our challenge is to continue to fundraise through November 29th to reach our Race fundraising goal of $1 million. Walk 18 Four PAB.JPG

Today we ask you to continue your fundraising efforts by sending 19 emails in support of reaching our Race goal, your personal goal and finding the cure. Every dollar you raise by November 29th gets you closer to a fundraising prize*. Your fundraising translates into more lives saved, and ultimately more Survivors here with us Racing for the Cure.

Please share your Race experience with us by completing a short survey. We welcome and value your comments as we start our planning for a fantastic 2015 Race for the Cure!

Last but not least, I want to personally thank you for your efforts and contributions to our cause. Thank you for caring and most importantly, thank you for understanding that your help will make a difference in so many lives.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure…
Because yesterday, we gave hope to those who didn’t know where else to find it.
Because today, YOU made a difference by participating, fundraising or donating.
Because tomorrow, we must find the cure…




Announcing the Rainbow Survivor’s Network


Area Resource and Referral Organization for Women (ARROW Inc.) announces the initiation of South Florida’s first network for lesbian, bisexual and transagender cancer survivors. This one to one “buddy program” will match an LBT person surviving cancer with a newly diagnosed peer. Receiving encouragement and support from someone who has “been there” can be extremely valuable for anyone managing the many challenges associated with cancer treatment and recovery. This is not a support group, but a person to person mentorship program. LBT persons surviving ALL cancers are invited to be a part of this network.

For more information, please contact ARROW Inc. at: 305-892-0928 or 305-766-1220



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