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Pink Ribbon Society for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Pink Ribbon Society is an organization that helps promote breast cancer awareness. The Pink Ribbon Society services men and women in Lake, Porter, Jasper and Newton Counties in Northwest Indiana. It has always been important to the organization that the funds raised are dedicated to the local community supporting both individuals and other local breast cancer organizations.

When Pink Ribbon Society was first organized, a choice was made to keep all funds raised by our community, in our local community, to support the men and women of Lake, Porter, Jasper and Newton Counties whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

We are deeply grateful for the organizations and businesses who help raise funds to support breast cancer research and we are eternally hopeful that a cure for breast cancer will be found soon. However, we are also very aware of the immediate needs of those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer right here and right now! Mammograms, prostheses, wigs and other kinds of support are immediate needs by patients that aren’t always covered by insurance.

We are very proud of the choice we have made to keep the needs of our local community close to our hearts. To date, Pink Ribbon Society has returned over $600,000 to both individuals and organizations in our community who share our mission and we will keep our promise going forward.

Save Our Society

We need your HELP in supporting the Pink Ribbon Society. Without your support, we WILL NOT BE ABLE to continue helping those in our community whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

With the cancellation of our annual luncheon, we have had to consider other options to help keep our organization alive. We are at risk of closing our doors if we can’t raise enough funds to continuing to educate and provide assistance into 2021. For your convenience, we have established a GOFUNDME CHARITY PAGE. Or feel free to download SOS Form and mail donation.

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