Archive for the ‘Breast Cancer Awareness’ Category

Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Prom

Monday, February 20th, 2017
Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Prom

Norcal Think Pink 2017 Pretty In Pink Prom

NorCal Think Pink is continuing to do great work in raising awareness for breast cancer in the Northern California community with creative and fun events. On March 25th, 2017, they will be hosting their 2nd annual formal fundraising event, the “Pretty In Pink Prom”. The event will have hors d’oeurves, cocktails, raffle drawings, door prizes, live music, and dancing! There will also be breast cancer survivors sharing their story.

2015 Nor-cal Think Pink Meetings

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
Breast Cancer Awareness

2015 Nor-cal Think Pink General Committee Meetings Dates

Nor-cal Think Pink, a community effort to promote breast cancer awareness in Redding, California, has announced their 2015 General Committee Meetings dates. These meetings are where events are planned such as the annual ‘Pink Photo Contest’ and the exciting ‘Think Pink Day’ at the Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay.

2014 Think Pink Calendar Winners!

Thursday, October 16th, 2014
Redding Breast Cancer Awareness

2014 Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Calendar

Today is the day… Think Pink Day! Not only is it a day where NorCal Think Pink raises awareness for breast cancer, it’s also the day that 40,000 Think Pink Photo Contest Calendars are being distributed. The calenders are a compilation of awesome pink themed and breast cancer awareness photos that were submitted by the Northern California community. NorCal Think Pink would like to thank everyone who submitted photos, and congratulate all of the winners.

Redding 13-year Old Stands Up To Cancer

Thursday, July 31st, 2014
Cancer Awareness In Northern California

Katelyn Peterson Is Passionate About Raising Awareness

Anyone who thinks teenagers aren’t motivated, compassionate or driven hasn’t met Katelyn Peterson. When Katelyn learned that a family friend was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to show her support in a big way. First, Katelyn made a powerful statement by shaving her head, and posting the video on YouTube. Katelyn then continued to be so inspired that she started an organization called Kids4Healing that brings together other children who want to show support for others with cancer.