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 Carole Gates, Elizabeth is 49 years young and battling Stage Four Liver Cancer. Elizabeth has one son who is fifteen years old. She is the sole supporter of him as her husband died of a sudden stroke over a year ago. Before getting sick she worked as a social worker and in home health. In spite of all these things, she is a fighter!!! She lives in the moment,still caring for others before herself. Wishing … Read more . . .
Nominated by Kathy Boessen, this beautiful, brave and strong women is admired by her family, co-workers, fellow parishioners and neighbors. So many, a local Kansas City television station interviewed the family for their remarkable support!!! As the oldest boy, Andrew, stated to a reporter, “Everyone LOVES my mom!” Cara is 39 years young, married to Josh and have three beautiful children, Andrew 8, Alex 6 and Ava 2.5 Diagnosed in September 2015 with Triple Negative … Read more . . .
Kris Aikens diagnosed with breast cancer ten years ago. She had a mastectomy and underwent months of Chemo In September 2016, she was diagnosed with cancer in her bones. She is currently going through monthly IV infusions and taking daily anti estrogen oral medications. Kris and her husband Alex have three sons Spencer, Alex Jr and Zachary and a daughter Dea. She is the proud grandma of three boys, one of whom has Downs Syndrome. … Read more . . .
April 12, 2017 2nd Annual Girlfriends Party
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