As we've said before, breast cancer didn't stop because of a pandemic, so neither did we. Despite the doors of the Pink House temporarily being closed earlier this year, we retooled and mobilized with ways to deliver all of our core services remotely--particularly our sessions! Not only did that transition go smoothly, it turns out to have yielded even more benefits than we anticipated.
We're excited to share that the doors of the Pink House are once again open to offer in-person care and comfort to anyone living with breast cancer. Just call or email us to make an appointment.Because women and men with breast cancer have compromised immune systems as a result of their diagnosis, treatment and/or ongoing medication, we are exercising caution and following strict guidelines to keep those coming to the house ... [..] Read more
Carolina Breast Friends, aka the Pink House, is still standing strong for breast cancer survivors--during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and always. The Pink House continues to offer support, education, and comfort care otherwise in short supply during the pandemic. Charlotte, NC -- 9/30/2020 -- The pandemic has affected many aspects of breast cancer care in our community. Delayed treatments, cancelled support services, diminished fundraising activities, and so much more. The phrase, "Breast cancer doesn't ... [..] Read more
Carolina Breast Friends helps people through their breast cancer experience. It's the driving force behind everything we do at the Pink House, and a pandemic doesn't change that. It only sometimes changes the way we make it happen. Here's just one example. Dana McSwain--a breast cancer Survivor who was just beginning chemotherapy--called the Pink House in May with a unique and heartfelt request. Dana has long, beautiful dark hair, and ... [..] Read more
Dear friends of The Pink House,As our Pink Boots emcee, WBTV's Molly Grantham, says in her video message, we're all navigating a much different world due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Normally, you would be receiving an invitation from us now to attend our signature celebration and fundraising gala, the Pink Boots Ball. However, because breast cancer Survivors are often immune compromised, we feel that the current health crisis requires us to ... [..] Read more
Breast cancer didn't stop because there's a pandemic, so neither did we. Despite the doors of the Pink House temporarily being closed, we have mobilized with ways to deliver all of our core services!Take a quick listen to the video message from our Executive Director , Lynn Erdman, to hear personally from her how we're continuing to help women and men with breast cancer. Our 1:1 Mentoring Program is going strong. ... [..] Read more
Out of abundant concern for the health and wellbeing of our Survivors and supporters, Carolina Breast Friends, a.k.a. the Pink House, has made the careful decision to close the doors of the Pink House until further notice. As a result, all in-person classes, programs and events are temporarily suspended, and the Pink House itself is closed to visits. The Pink House team, however, is on the job, working remotely to support and ... [..] Read more