A Symbol of Hope

Join us in celebrating resilience and support for those impacted by
breast cancer all throughout the month of February.



We are proud to reveal our life-size glass butterfly mosaic created by artist Edwin Gil, adorned with the fingerprints of Survivors, Thrivers and CBF advocates a permanent fixture now displayed in the foyer of The Pink House.

Our monarch butterfly stands as a symbol of unity and strength. Each glass piece, embedded with the fingerprints of those touched by breast cancer, reflects the interconnectedness of our community. As Edwin Gil describes his creation, "It serves as a reminder that even in challenging times, when we gather all the pieces together, we can create our own masterpiece within ourselves."



We invite you to The Pink House to be a part of this touching experience. Your photograph in front of the butterfly's wings signifies spreading our wings of care over our loved ones and those in need in our community.

​​​​​*Drop in Monday-Friday between 11 a.m. 4 p.m. to capture your own photo in front of our new art piece and stay for a tour of The Pink House.

*When you share your photo on social media, you'll be honoring breast cancer Survivors & Thrivers in your life, as well as others who need us.

Tag @cbreastfriends and artist @edwingilcom
Use the hashtag #wingsofhopeclt
Thank you for helping us spread our wings even wider across Charlotte, reaching those affected by breast cancer with care, compassion, and support. Together, we will make a lasting impact.

Our monarch butterfly logo is a powerful representation of our organization, drawing a poignant parallel between the breast cancer journey and the transformative stages of a butterfly's life. Mirroring the stages of metamorphosis, the logo beautifully conveys the evolution from a caterpillar--initially earthbound and unremarkable--to a magnificent butterfly soaring freely without limitations. 

At the heart of the logo lies a breast cancer ribbon, symbolizing the body of the butterfly and, by extension, the resilience of those on the breast cancer journey. Above the ribbon floats a small unclosed circle, emblematic of the human head, highlighting the mental and emotional dimensions of the transformative process. The butterfly's wings, designed to exude elegance, create the illusion of graceful flight, encapsulating the breast cancer journey as a voyage marked by beauty and poise.

This thoughtful combination of elements in our logo serve as a visual representation of the organization's commitment to supporting individuals through their unique and transformative breast cancer journey, fostering a sense of beauty, strength, and boundless possibility.
Edwin Gil an avid social activist and uses his art to bridge cultures and diverse groups living in the U.S.

His Con 'A' de Arte (A For Art) and Art Si (Art Yes) through the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina, connects youth and promotes art as a vehicle to affect positive change in the community.

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  • 1607 E Morehead Street, Charlotte NC 28207

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