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Unite for HER Expands Wellness Program to Include Ovarian Cancer Patients
Our team at Unite for HER is honored to announce that starting this fall, we will be expanding our mission and our Wellness Day programming to women affected by ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer is a very difficult disease to manage, often recurring and requiring ongoing and powerful treatments. Over the years, we have struggled with the knowledge that there are so few programs available for women facing this diagnosis.
Last fall, we were honored to have the support of the Holloway Family Foundation to embark on a new pilot program to serve these women. In 2018, we supported 55 women affected by ovarian cancer, and are eager to advance our program as soon as possible to help support and restore these women in great need. We have budgeted to support 100 women with ovarian cancer in the coming year, and expect that over time, this number will grow slowly to 8-10% of the total women in our programming.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with breast cancer or ovarian cancer within the last 18 months and live in the five-county Philadelphia area, please contact us to learn how you can attend a Wellness Day.
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Unite for HERNow Hiring: Major Gifts & Development Manager
Our mission is to bridge the gap between the medical and wellness communities by funding and delivering complementary therapies that support the physical and emotional needs of those with breast cancer and ovarian cancer during treatment and beyond. We educate our women and the community about the role of healthy lifestyle choices in the prevention of disease and the promotion of wellness.
Unite for HER provided me the tools to help restore my life! Sue Weldon and her team have a true enthusiasm for empowering women during a difficult time.