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”
Thank you to all of you who participated in the Pampered Chef fundraiser for My Pink Scarf, Inc. Continue reading “Pampered Chef Fundraiser”
A pink scarf was mailed to a breast cancer survivor in Brazil.
We are thrilled that she contacted us and requested a scarf. It’s the perfect time for her to receive it because it’s winter in Brazil now.
The mission of My Pink Scarf™ is to reach women with cancer. And cancer knows no borders!
It is well documented that the former First Lady got cancer. She also received a pink scarf and sent a thank you letter!
Click read more below to see the scanned letter.
Six days after getting a touching note from Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on Feb. 25, 2008, another lady Supreme Court Justice and cancer survivor wrote us a thank you too. Click on read more below to see the scanned letter.
The famous lady Supreme Court Justice, Ms. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, also had cancer, so we sent her a scarf!
The handwritten note was touching. Click read more below to see a scan of the letter.
In the beginning we were called Hands to Hearts … a great cause but My Pink Scarf™ is a more fitting name. This is what the original website looked like when it was first spidered and saved by Archive DOT ORG (The Wayback Machine).
Click on MORE below to see an image of the sites home page.
A heartfelt letter arrived from Elizabeth Edwards, a cancer victim. Click on read more below to see it.