A Message From the Executive Director
Pillar #1: Education
As a content driven virtual community platform, it is our goal to provide education in a variety of modalities meeting you where you are, on your phone, computer or listening on iTunes. Empowering you with information at your fingertips.
Presented at the Carol Carfang Nursing and Health Care Ethics Conference on the ethical considerations of genetic testing.
Presented to 60 breast cancer oncologists at Massachusetts General Hospital on our research to understand the impact COVID is having on our breast cancer community.
Developed a new series of content called #FeatureFriday where we take on hot topics in the breast cancer field.
Produced numerous webinars with experts ranging from Art & Healing, to education on non-toxic beauty and cleaning products.
Designed our Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) Sunday Webinar Series where we cover topics pertinent to managing terminal disease.
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# Of Podcast Episodes Released In 2020
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Breast Cancer Conversations
GOAL: TO REACH 100,000 LISTENERS
Using our voices to educate, share information and expertise, and empower breast cancer survivors, thrivers, and caregivers around the globe.
40K Downloads to date
"I love listening to your podcast! I resonated with everything you said and even found myself shaking my head in agreement while driving! Thank you for sharing such valuable and real information!"
~Alicia D. Portland, OR
Where are listeners are coming from?
Pillar #2: Community
Our survivingbreastcancer.org community stretches around the world and extends beyond the sisterhood of a breast cancer diagnosis. Our community is each and every one of you helping to support each other every step of the way - from oncologists, medical professionals and researchers, to family members, friends, and supporters.
To Date Through
New in 2020
Thursday Night Thrivers
A virtual meetup to provide support and camaraderie Thursday nights at 7pm ET. What started off as a support group during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic quickly transcended into one of our most coveted and signature programs.
"Thank you for hosting this amazing event and for all of the other things you continue to do to keep us all educated. I feel such a sense of community and I’ve only come to two Thrivers’ meetings!" Charmina, MI
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Summer Soiree 2020
Our summer event was not to be missed! From chocolate tastings to rock painting, it was the event of the year! 150 goody bags were mailed out to attendees in advance for an interactive social soiree!
New in 2020
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New in 2020
Breast Cancer Book Club™
Survivingbreastcancer.org has teamed up with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to offer a monthly book club. Unlike other book clubs, this new signature program focuses on reading for enjoyment, not for coping with breast cancer! From mysteries and memoirs, to history and fantasy, Breast Cancer Book Club members are able to find relaxation and community throughout the month.
Pillar #3: Resources
Providing resources is an important component of the work we do at survivingbreastcancer.org. From developing helpful resource guides to providing recommendations for financial assistance or rides to and from the hospital, we are pleased to continue to grow our offerings to serve you.
# of Mentoring Hours in 2020
"I was so happy to celebrate the start of 2020 with such a dynamic and friendly group of women. The conversation transcended even beyond breast cancer stories, thus creating even stronger connections." Laura D, MA
Thank You To Our Friends & Sponsors
A Necessary Conversation
All of Us Research Program
Asian Women for Health
Boston Medical Center
Breast Cancer United
Cambridge Trust Company
Compassion & Choices
Connect IV Legal Services
Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Johns Hopkins University
Magee Women's Research Institute
Massachusetts General Hospital
My Density Matters
Not Putting On A Shirt
Spencer Law Florida
The Carfang Group
Tufts Medical Center
Store My Tumor
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Wellness Therapy Yoga