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Your donation today allows us to send “HOPE” (a post op shirt) to a beautiful woman tomorrow. Your gift will allow us to serve one more woman on our waiting list for her upcoming surgery. The shirt is crucial in her healing and recovery and is needed the day she leaves the hospital. Our goal is that no woman would be left without “HOPE”! You can help us reach our goal #hope4everywoman so there is no waiting list + no more women without “HOPE”

To be more transparent with you, the donor, we are sharing stories + photos of women that “HOPE” will be gifted to

  • In order to protect the women, their names have been changed + each stock photo is from unsplash

My Story:  I'm 47 years old. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in March after I found a lump. I'm a CNA and since I'm on chemo I've not been able to work because I'm so sick. I'm going to be having a mastectomy in September. -Peyton

My Story: I'm 47 years old. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in March after I found a lump. I'm a CNA and since I'm on chemo I've not been able to work because I'm so sick. I'm going to be having a mastectomy in September. -Peyton

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My Story: I was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer last July, just a few weeks after my son turned 1. He's been my inspiration to fight and now, even though I had been told it was unlikely that I would be healthy enough for surgery, here I am, preparing for it!! -B

My Story:  About a year ago, I went in for a routine mammogram. It was not at all what I expected. The nurse squished my breast and pressed down very hard. I told her, “you’re hurting me.” She told me it’s supposed to be painful. When I got home, I told my daughter my breast on the left side was so sore. This continued for days. My daughter encouraged me to call the doctor and let them know what happened. They weren’t much comfort. A year later, I went back for another mammogram because the doctor decided to have me come back when they heard my breast was still sore. At this visit they located the lump. I was devastated and angry and in denial. How could this be?! After an MRIand finding out the cancer was also in the muscle tissue, I realized surgery was the only option much to my dismay. Praying the Lord will guide me through this surgery and send a helper to care for me after the surgery. It’s only a couple weeks away... -J

My Story: About a year ago, I went in for a routine mammogram. It was not at all what I expected. The nurse squished my breast and pressed down very hard. I told her, “you’re hurting me.” She told me it’s supposed to be painful.
When I got home, I told my daughter my breast on the left side was so sore. This continued for days. My daughter encouraged me to call the doctor and let them know what happened. They weren’t much comfort. A year later, I went back for another mammogram because the doctor decided to have me come back when they heard my breast was still sore. At this visit they located the lump. I was devastated and angry and in denial. How could this be?! After an MRIand finding out the cancer was also in the muscle tissue, I realized surgery was the only option much to my dismay. Praying the Lord will guide me through this surgery and send a helper to care for me after the surgery. It’s only a couple weeks away... -J

My Story:  Hi, I was diagnosed 12 years ago in my twenties with Non-hodgkin's lymphoma. I had 35 rads to my chest then, after completing 8 rounds of chemo. I now have three new masses that were found on my MRI. My mammograms are solid white, and I've had a typical ductal hyperplasia, several tumors, and now possibly cancer from radiation. I'm so grateful to be here 12 years later, but now it's time to have a profilactic double mastectomy. My body cannot tolerate anymore radiation to my chest area, so we are hoping to reduce my risk and see what these new tumors are. I've beat cancer in my 20s, if it's back I will beat it in my 30s!! Cancer cannot conquer the spirit! God bless you for making these shirts. I'm really scared and this helps me know I'm not alone. - Mary

My Story: Hi, I was diagnosed 12 years ago in my twenties with Non-hodgkin's lymphoma. I had 35 rads to my chest then, after completing 8 rounds of chemo. I now have three new masses that were found on my MRI. My mammograms are solid white, and I've had a typical ductal hyperplasia, several tumors, and now possibly cancer from radiation. I'm so grateful to be here 12 years later, but now it's time to have a profilactic double mastectomy. My body cannot tolerate anymore radiation to my chest area, so we are hoping to reduce my risk and see what these new tumors are. I've beat cancer in my 20s, if it's back I will beat it in my 30s!! Cancer cannot conquer the spirit! God bless you for making these shirts. I'm really scared and this helps me know I'm not alone. - Mary

My Story:  I was diagnosed in 2013 + had my mastectomy February 2014 went through 16 weeks of chemo. I have had several revisions due to scar tissue, I am having another surgery September 17, 2019. They will be removing my original implants and replacing them with different ones which mean 4 drains for at least 10 days, since I have truck lymphedema on the right side I always have excess fluid. I bought men’s flannel for my first surgery it would be nice to have something a little more feminine this time! Thank you, from a 5 year survivor -Jean

My Story: I was diagnosed in 2013 + had my mastectomy February 2014 went through 16 weeks of chemo. I have had several revisions due to scar tissue, I am having another surgery September 17, 2019. They will be removing my original implants and replacing them with different ones which mean 4 drains for at least 10 days, since I have truck lymphedema on the right side I always have excess fluid. I bought men’s flannel for my first surgery it would be nice to have something a little more feminine this time! Thank you, from a 5 year survivor -Jean

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