Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Pink Ribbon Sunday activities have been conducted in urban and rural communities from Oklahoma to Puerto Rico, reaching over 100,000 women. Activities have ranged from mobile mammography events and health fairs to “Pink” luncheons and concerts. As an active member of your religious or community group, you can organize Pink Ribbon events for your community using the Pink Sunday Guide & Postcard Package that includes:
A Copy of the Pink Sunday Guide
The guide provides five simple steps and sample materials to help you plan and promote mammography awareness activities in your community.
(25) Mammography Saves Lives Postcards
During the month, The Balm In Gilead will be recognizing “Pink Sunday” on Sunday, October 23, 2016 in partnership with The Food and Drug Administration Office of Women’s Health (OWH).
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The Food and Drug Administration Office of Women’s Health (OWH) launched the Pink Ribbon Sunday Mammography Awareness Program to educate African Americans regarding early detection of breast cancer through mammography. The program strives to reduce breast cancer health disparities by providing community leaders like you with free resources to develop mammography awareness programs tailored to the needs of your region.
We invite you to register your church and post a photo in memory the loved ones we have lost, in celebration of those who have survived, and in honor of those we love!
After registering your church you will receive a link to the image upload page.