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It is better to GIVE today! Join us to support breast cancer survivors & their families this #GivingTuesday

1 Dec



Your gift will make the difference. Give today during #GivingTuesday to #GivingTuesdayPinkwellchick!


We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.

Please give to the Pinkwellchick Foundation, Inc. today. Your tax-exempt gift will support our mission to provide “every day” support to breast cancer survivors, their families and caregivers, through projects like Barb’s Bag of Chemo Care & Comfort.



caregiver_5women_2014It will also support our educational and inspirational projects like the theatrical play LIFE in the CANCER LANE, written by our founder, the late Barbra Watson-Riley.




Your gift will make the difference. Give today during #GivingTuesday to #GivingTuesdayPinkwellchick!

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Hosts of THE MOTHERS features Pinkwellchick on SURVIVING CANCER ep today 9/24

24 Sep


TUNE IN to today’s engaging, informative show SURVIVING CANCER with Pinkwellchick Board member Crystal Houston on “Family Matters” with THE MOTHERS. The show airs on Independent Talk KFNX 1100 10:00 am-Noon PT.

Crystal and the hosts will discuss our BAG IT™ for the CAUSE breast cancer awareness initiative to assemble and distribute hundreds of chemo care & comfort bags in various cities across the country. The goal is to improve the lives of women living with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy.


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About the Show

“Family Matters” with The Mothers radio show is a one-of-a-kind program, based around a four woman panel.  The show has broad-based audience potential and a laser-sharp focus.  Hosts of “The Mothers” will discuss all topics that everyday women and men talk and worry about, particularly when it comes to raising their children.  These women have diverse backgrounds and opinions, and will be discussing all kinds of different issues concerning their children and family:  i.e. raising children, significant others, family, politics, personal concerns, and more.




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Support BAG IT™ for the CAUSE & PWCF!


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Benefit Play for Breast Cancer Returns to the Valley This October

11 Sep
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Stage West-Herberger

Inquiries and Press Credentials: Contact LaTricia Woods, (480) 374-1908

New Production Features Hollywood Actress in a New Venue

Life-in-the-Cancer-LanePhoenix, Ariz. – September 10, 2014 – Back by popular demand, “Life in the Cancer Lane,” will be staged as a fundraiser during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  The hit play, written by the late Barbra Watson-Riley, has returned for its second run, and this year, award-winning actress Valarie Pettiford (“Stomp the Yard,” “Why Did I Get Married Too,” and “Half & Half”) has been added to the cast. A matinee and evening performance will take place at the Herberger Theater Center-Stage West on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Continue reading

Remembering Barbra’s ‘life in the cancer lane’ Mayo Clinic video

20 Nov

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