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Join Me in Honoring Stacey Voyles
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Stacey Voyles is one of those people. Now we are celebrating her courageous fight against breast cancer. To honor Stacey Voyles and to celebrate how far she has come, I have decided to support Susan G. Komen in their fight against breast cancer.
Please help me honor Stacey Voyles by raising funds to support Susan G. Komen so they can provide education, screening and treatment programs for women and men in our community, and support cutting-edge research so that one day we can live in a world without breast cancer.
As the world’s largest and most impactful breast cancer organization, Susan G. Komen supports more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit outside the U.S. government, while providing real-time help to those facing the disease. You can make a donation online with your credit card by clicking the button above my fundraising thermometer.
Thank you for your generous support and for helping me honor Stacey Voyles.
Stacey Voyles was a wife and mother of 4 who was taken from our lives at the young age of 45 in 2009. She was diagnosed with Mestetatic Stage IV breast cancer in early June, but just 1 month later, on July 24th, she was gone. She's missed being a grandma to 2 grandkids, and a soon to be 3rd grandchild. Our family misses her more than words can describe and although "time heals all wounds," it cannot heal the hole we all have with her gone.
We now turn our grieving into fighting - a cure must be found to end this deadly disease. Please join our team and/or donate to put an end to breast cancer once and for all. No other family should feel the pain that we, and so many other thousands of family members and friends feel, when a loved one is taken by breast cancer. The Voyles family is greatful and appreciates your support!
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