LUNCHEON IS SOLD OUT!
Welcome to Surviving & Thriving 2016!
In its 14th season, Pink Alliance and the Surviving & Thriving Luncheon Committee are very excited to invite you to join us as we welcome Kendra Scott to Bryan/College Station for our annual celebration of surviving and thriving on Monday, October 3!!! This year’s luncheon is guaranteed to sell-out quickly, so please make plans to join us and make your luncheon reservation today.
MORE THAN $570,000 RAISED
Over the past 13 years, this community luncheon has raised more than $570,000 to support local breast health initiatives, further cancer awareness, and serve breast cancer patients through reduced mammograms and financial support.
ALL FUNDS REMAIN IN THE BRAZOS VALLEY
Surviving & Thriving Luncheon is hosted by Pink Alliance, -- a local non-profit organization, and the Brazos Valley’s advocate for breast health and cancer support. Alliance board members have joined a group of dedicated community volunteers in hosting this annual luncheon. All funds raised from this luncheon remain in the Brazos Valley to serve and support local breast cancer patients and advance breast health and cancer awareness efforts through Pink Alliance.
During 2015, 82 patients received medical assistance totaling over $44,000. As well, more than 318 women and men attended Pink Alliance Support Group Meetings which meet twice a month. This year, Pink Alliance launched a grant initiative to provide breast cancer-related services, awarding over $79,000 in grants to five organizations that serve the Brazos Valley.
BENEFITING BREAST CANCER PATIENTS
As the community’s premiere women’s health awareness event, Surviving & Thriving continues to touch the lives of breast cancer patients, survivors and women. In so doing, the committee remains focused on its initial goal – to provide resources and support to local breast cancer patients and recognize breast cancer survivors.
A special thanks to the countless medical professionals and business sponsors who continue to support and advocate for this important women’s health issue.