October is Breast Cancer Awareness month! #TurnItPink is brought to you by The Georgia Institute For Plastic Surgery.
Turn It Pink, Inc. is a local non-profit to raise funds, educate and empower women with the ability to make the best decision for reconstructive surgery following a breast cancer diagnosis.
Since 2014, Turn It Pink, Inc. has hosted several local events encouraging a healthy lifestyle, providing education, and supporting local and national education initiatives along with B.R.A. - Breast Reconstructive Awareness through The Plastic Surgery Foundation.
Due to the Corona Virus and the possible effects on our breast cancer patients & the community, we have made the decision to only host our annual Pink On The Court tennis event at The Savannah Country Club, on October 29th, 2020.
However, that will not stop us from doing the most that we can, by educating and fundraising!
Our physicians & patients will broadcast weekly along side lovely host, Renee La'Salle on local Cumulus stations telling the story of their journey and their choice following diagnosis.
Thank you to our many sponsors this year!
Sea Oar Be Seen Boutique, Savannah Country Club, Hale Marine, Mentor, Cumulus Media Savannah, Live by the Tides, and Wiley's Championship BBQ.
Please feel free to make donations or purchases from our #TurnItPink website www.turnitpink.org during the month of October. #TurnItPink #keepthemtogether
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FACES OF THE SURVIVORS
The many beautiful faces of our Survivors.
This photo captures far more than a beautiful survivor rockin’ the pink! Elizabeth Myers is proof that a tiara, a set of wings, and a magic wand can change a person – Elizabeth IS the Cancer Free Fairy!
Look carefully and you’ll see beyond the pink feathers and wings. You also see fourteen strands of pink beads around her neck – each representing a year of survivorship. For Elizabeth, this isn’t about playing dress-up.