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This #GivingTuesday,Support Our Black Community Organizations!

Join TOUCH and our phenomenal Sister Breastie organizations as we talk about their awesome work and how they are reaching and touching the Black community in places and spaces where our work needs to happen to really make a significant impact. The 42% higher mortality rate for Black women versus White women from breast cancer is just outrageous. We have #MuchWorkToDo to change this paradigm!

When you think about the upcoming #GivingTuesday and your year-end giving, make sure you invest in a meaningful way. Giving Tuesday’s mission is to be a “global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity.” 

Get to know these game-changing organizations that are educating and inspiring Black women where they live, work, play and pray. They will gratefully use your radical generosity to make radical change.

Tallulah Anderson founded 2for2 Boobs, Inc. as a Breast Cancer Awareness-2-Action and African American Survivorship Advocacy Nonprofit. 2for2Boobs is an acronym-a call to action- To take 2 minutes 2 check your 2 (self-breast checks) monthly.

Tiah Tomlin through My Style Matters is dedicated to providing a cancer educational program and hands-on supportive services to build confidence in people of all ages, leading to a better quality of life.

Thelma Jones founded The Thelma D. Jones Breast Cancer Fund to be a unique nonprofit grassroots organization whose mission is to advocate and improve the overall health and wellness for women and men through outreach, education, and prevention.

Barbara Pullen-Smith and her team of Breasties founded Sister to Sister Alliance to be a catalyst for positive change, and create a world where breast cancer is defeated in Black women.

Kim Harris founded the The Virtuous Woman Project to inspire and empower young women as well as help to strengthen our communities.

Josie Holloman-Adams founded her organization in honor of her daughter. The Erica J. Holloman Foundation, Inc is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, more specifically to raise awareness about and seek the prevention of Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

Raymia Henderson founded Runway For A Cure to provide financial assistance to organizations who offer free mammogram screening for uninsured patients, breast cancer treatment, wellness and education programs, transportation services, and financial support for survivors who struggle to pay their personal financial obligations. 

Levetta Jackson will be representing Saving Pennies for a Cure. This organization was founded by Sharon Rivera to help cancer patients afford some of the personal care items they need while receiving treatment. 

#GivingTuesday is based in the core belief that together, we can achieve a more generous and collective future. Join us as we envision what this very same collaborative future could look like across the breast cancer ecosystem.

Watch while you are blessed to be cooking that Thanksgiving dinner that far too many Breasties may not be able to afford.

Wednesday, November 24th from 6-7pm EST on Facebook.com/BlackDoctor.org!