Jacqueline was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. She thinks it's important to wear it pink to keep funding care and research, raise awareness, and promote generosity.
Why Jacqueline will wear it pink
My name is Jacqueline. I would describe myself as free-spirited, creative, caring, sociable, supportive, resilient, and a good listener. I’m passionate about mindfulness training to support those going through breast cancer, and volunteering in programs designed to give those in the cancer community back their confidence.
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2018. I wanted to be a part of the wear it pink campaign as a way of going through the healing process and learning to have fun again. I believe that fundraising is imperative to support ongoing research into stopping breast cancer from taking lives, and support for those going through it personally.
Every little bit helps
I think it’s so important that people wear pink on October 23 to keep funding care and research, raise awareness, and promote generosity in others while highlighting the work Breast Cancer Now do. Every little bit helps, so thank you for wearing pink with me.
Feeling inspired to wear it pink? You can register today for your fundraising pack and join Jacqueline on October 23rd.