In the month of May, Bev Middaugh of Bright Ideas in Broad Ripple, Inc., pledged to match $5,000 on donations to IWIN. We are thrilled and humbled to announce we met and exceeded our goal. Thanks to all of you, we were able to rasie $11,860 for mothers fighting breast cancer all over Indiana. Thank you to Bev, thank you to April (the face and backbone of our campaign), and thank you to our supporters!
The Triton Central Girls basketball team presented IWIN with a $20,000
check on April 10, 2019. Each year the team plays a "Pink Out" game to raise
funds for IWIN. Their community comes out in full force to support this
amazing event! They have rasied over $110,000 in 7 years for IWIN.
Way to go Lady Tigers and Coach Graham!
Claire comes from a background in law, education and development, and mostly recently worked on the development team at IndyHumane. Raised in Northwest Indiana, she has lived and worked in Tokyo, New York, and Ann Arbor before settling down with her wife in Indianapolis. In her spare time, Claire enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her overly sassy cats. Claire connects personally with the IWIN mission, and feels fortunate to work for Indiana women and men on their path to surviviorship in Indiana.
24 Foundation - Indianapolis
24 Hour Cycling and Walking Event
June 28th - 29th 7pm - 7pm
The 24 Foundation will host the 8th annual 24 Indianapolis - a 24-hour
non-competive cycling and walking event to raise funds for local and
national cancer navigation and survivorship programs. 24 Indianapolis is
a safe, fun, and open to all levels of ability
The 24 Foudantion has financially supported IWIN with two grants
totaling $24,000 over the past two years.
2nd Annual Golf Outing
The Pink Tee Classic
September 29, 2019 - 2pm - 5pm
Tickets Available in July
For Sponsorship Opportunities, Please Contact Claire Kaup at firstname.lastname@example.org
"My dedication to the fight against breast cancer began several years ago with the diagnosis of breast cancer to a very good friend. It was at that time that I realized the impact treatment had on a woman. Due to the fatiguing nature of chemotherapy and the physical limitations of surgery, I recognized that even the simple things in life now became stressors, such as lifting their child and cleaning the house."
- Nancy Shepard, R.N