Young Survivor Soiree

Held Four Times A Year

girly-grunge-copyWhat is a young survivor? Only an individual can determine whether or not the term fits. It could apply to a woman of any age, but it usually refers to those between the ages of 20 and 50.

A young survivor can identify with those who have been dealt a breast cancer blow in the midst of a career climb, or while raising children; or perhaps with those whose family plans have been derailed by breast cancer treatment. Four times a year, young survivors gather at the Breast Cancer Coalition for our Young Survivor Soirees. These get-togethers are an informal way to meet and hang out with other survivors who have faced a similar journey.

Join us for the next Young Survivor Soiree,

Friday September 16th, 6-8pm. RSVP required.


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All Coalition programs are free unless otherwise noted. We invite you to view our program calender here.