An Important Annoucement from our Pink Boots Emcee,
WBTV's Molly Grantham
As Molly says in her video message, we're all navigating a much different world now due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Because breast cancer Survivors are often immune compromised, the current health crisis requires us to exercise an abundance of caution. After great consideration, we have decided to forego the Pink Boots Ball this year to ensure the safety of our Survivors and supporters.
But the Pink Boots spirit lives on. Our founder, Kristy Adams-Ebel, wore her pink boots to "kick the heck" out of cancer, and they quickly became a symbol of her indomitable spirit and can-do attitude. You can tap into that Pink Boots spirit and be can-do about changing the life of a person living with breast cancer.
Breast cancer Survivors need the work of the Pink House now more than ever as they navigate their breast cancer journey on top of the added stress, isolation, and challenge of this pandemic. We have moved swiftly to deliver all sessions, all mentoring, and all requests for comfort items remotely. In fact, we're reaching as many or more people now than before the pandemic, and we're also beginning to gradually reopen the doors of the Pink House for one-on-one appointments.
By giving now, you will keep our work going for women and men living with breast cancer. Click here to give.
Last October, the Pink Boots Ball celebrated it's 10th birthday in style--celebrating Survivors and raising funds to support their needs!
It was a night to remember for a cause worth supporting!