The Port St. Lucie Business Women had been among the many high 10 out of 95 fundraising groups on the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer stroll Oct. 28 at First Data Field. The group additionally sponsored a water station.

“With a community organization such as the Port St. Lucie Business Women joining us and our community in the fight against bad cancer, we can continue to help survivors live to see another day, share their stories, be able to see their grandchildren or children grow, bring awareness, provide free rides to cancer patients to treatments and so much more,” stated Danielle Shalginewicz, American Cancer Society’s Southeast Region neighborhood improvement supervisor. “Together, we can make a difference; together, we are making a difference.”

“No One Walks Alone: We are Stronger Together” was the Business Women workforce’s theme this 12 months. Below that message, the phrase “hope,” with the letter “o” fashioned by a twisted ribbon consisting of figures representing the Business Women, bolstered the message.

The Port St. Lucie Business Women’s customized workforce t-shirts had been designed by Business Women member Diane Gallagher and donated by each Aztec Graphix and Holley Surgical Arts.

Breast most cancers is the second main explanation for most cancers demise in girls, exceeded solely by lung most cancers. Women have a one-in-eight likelihood of growing invasive bad most cancers. Since 1989, bad most cancers demise charges have declined by 38 %, but one in 36 girls will die from this illness. Finding a treatment is vital.

Thanks to enhancements in remedy and early detection, extra girls – and males — are surviving bad most cancers at this time. The Port St. Lucie Business Women is proud to badist the American Cancer Society’s seek for a treatment, schooling and outreach.

The Port St. Lucie Business Women is a 37-year-old skilled group devoted to selling the pursuits of enterprise girls and serving the neighborhood in an efficient manner. For extra info go to “Like” its Facebook web page for updates about occasions, packages and neighborhood involvement.

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