ReVision Goes Pink to Support Cancer Survivors
From those battling cancer on a personal level to the loved ones providing care and support during the most challenging times, cancer impacts the lives of many. Although the fight may be daunting for survivors and families, a local non-profit is providing support to lighten the load and ensure no one travels the road alone.
ReVision Gives Back is proud to support the Pink Ribbon Girls’ mission to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and gynecological cancers bring to survivors and their families. By providing healthy meals, housecleaning, rides to treatment and peer support, the Pink Ribbon Girls provide peace of mind in knowing these everyday tasks are taken care of. Lightening the load allows survivors to focus on the most important thing; fighting the battle against cancer. Our ReVision Gives Back donation will help the Pink Ribbon Girls bring more direct support services to local cancer survivors.
To help raise more awareness about the good works of this amazing non-profit, our partners at MIX107.9 FM hosted a 2-day #MixGoesPink concert event with proceeds benefiting the Pink Ribbon Girls. Crowds packed Urban Meyer’s Pint House to listen to six artists including headliners Maddie Poppe and For King and Country.
Every Dollar Counts! Did You Know…
- $96 feeds a survivor and their family of four for 1 week.
- $100 provides a survivor with housecleaning services for 1 week.
- $1,752 provides a survivor with meals, rides to treatment and housecleaning services for 2 months.
Get to know more about the Pink Ribbon Girls and learn how you can get involved: https://www.pinkribbongirls.org/