To be invested in the lives of women who have been touched by late stage cancer. All women – All cancers.
We strive to provide financial grants, resources and venues that allow women to remember who they were BEFORE the battle began.
To become the concierge, the coach, and the giver of magical little everyday things that women crave. Those things could be anything from a relaxing day at the spa, finding the perfect wig or adding a new accessory to her wardrobe. NOTHING should be off limits – if she believes something provides comfort to her mind, body, soul, home, and quality of life, then we do too… without judgment or reserve.
Support the woman. Not the Cancer. It won’t matter what month we’re in or what color you wear because our support is for the woman, the warrior, the one who fights and it is universal and unbiased. In the vast sea of foundations She Will Fight stands out as a unique and valuable resource that is long overdue for women with late stage cancer.
2017 GENAROSITY Recipients
Nominated by her daughter, Katelyn Maahs, Kelly was diagnosed with stage Four tonsil cancer. She is currently be treated with Chemo, radiation, peg tub. Fluids. At present cannot work at the Metro, tile and marble company. Kelly has three kids and separated. She loves fishing and painting. She is a grandma of two little girls and a kind, loving, strong, and brave beautiful lady! We wish her strength, courage and Hope!Read more . . .
Noreen Allison was diagnosed with stage 2B Her and has a double mastectomy with reconstruction. Her next surgery is September 2017. She lost her significant other to lung cancer a couple of years ago. Allison is retired National Parks service, worked thru major hurricanes Andrew to Katrina to Hurricane Sandy . . . also supported search and rescue in the Everglades. A former Marine USMC loves animals, loves to dance, boat, fish, going to beach, … Read more . . .
Nominated by Julie Johnson, Jill, age 46 young, was diagnosed with Stage three triple negative Breast Cancer in October 2014. She underwent a double mastectomy and after a year of Chemo and treatments she was given an all clear until May of 2017 when they found a new growth on her left lung. Jill has been married to her husband Scott for 23 years. They have three daughters Alexus 23, Sydney 22, Morgan 18 and a son … Read more . . .
April 12, 2017 2nd Annual Girlfriends Party
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