If you do know a woman with cancer, we would like to do something nice for her. All we need is that woman’s name, address and other particulars (like her mobile number) and we can donate a handmade pink scarf to her. Again, this is a donation from this organization to a woman who could use a little ray of sunshine in her life.
This is free.
The registration page is here (click here).
The original logo was fine .. well .. except for one thing. When I saw it for the first time in 2017 I thought it looked like a ribbon, which is well known to be connected to cancer.
The issue, then, was did the old logo not look like a scarf. Since the organization is all about giving away one scarf at a time, was a ribbon-looking logo a drawback? Click continue reading below to see both and then leave us a comment as to you opinion regarding which is best.
Continue reading “Which logo do you prefer?”
If you looked back in time, either with a time machine or using some ‘kewl‘ online tools, you’d see big changes in this website with both its appearance and activity (or inactivity). One does not need to think very long to know the one-word reason that this critical mission brokedown for a time. But this story is still a terrific read, even though you may have guessed what temporarily interfered with My Pink Scarf™.
Continue reading “The New Website”
We were contacted by Kristie at a cancer center in Alabama with a request for some scarves for their patients. Which we were only too glad to comply with.
Then we received another email from Kristie, that said; Continue reading “Sweet Ladies of Alabama”
This may end up being the shortest blog post. Because the numbers speak for themselves.
My Pink Scarf, Inc. has distributed 7,500 scarves to women who battle or battled cancer in 35 states and 9 countries! Continue reading “7,500 and counting!”
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Mandan, North Dakota held a Breast Cancer Mass for all survivors. It was a special event. Continue reading “Breast Cancer Mass and Health Fair”
My Pink Scarf, Inc. participated in the 2nd Annual Project Pink at Central Market on October 8, 2009. In observance of October being National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Central Market created an in-store promotional event to bring public awareness and to raise funds to fight against breast cancer. Continue reading “Project Pink”
Tara Lacher, founder of My Pink Scarf, Inc., is selling $5 coupon book(s) for use on November 14, 2009. Continue reading “Shop ’til you drop…for a good cause!”
Debra M., the Past President of the Hays Medical Center Volunteer Newsletter, wrote about My Pink Scarf™ in their Summer 2009 issue of the newsletter: Continue reading “Hays Medical Center Volunteer Newsletter”