Save the date: At 12pm on July 18th, 2015 we will have our Tenth Anniversary
Luncheon and Forum. Please stay tuned for more updates.
Watch the CBS News interview with Sisters Network Central Virginia
Founder Zelma Watkins
Special thanks to our sponsors and volunteers for making our 10th Annual Gift for Life Block Walk a huge success! The turn out of volunteers was the best yet. We look forward to 2015!
Nationally to Empower Teens to Take Proactive Role in Their Family's Breast Health Innovative program designed to address breast cancer disparities in the African American community expands to new cities
HOUSTON, TX, March 3, 2015 -- Sisters NetworkR Inc., the only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization with affiliate chapters across the country, announced today the expansion of the Teens4Pink program to Atlanta, GA and Richmond, VA. Teens4Pink goals are to educate and empower African American teens between the ages of 12-17 with the knowledge and tools they need to start a dialogue with their blood family members about breast health and cancer. In using this approach it will drive home the importance of early detection and urging annual check-ups, mammograms and ultra sounds.
Presentation Dates: Huguenot High School [Rescheduled]
John Marshall High School March 19, 2015 1:00 p.m.
Please click to view the Teens4Pink Permission form Page 1
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