“Do It For The Girls” Day of Action – National Breast Cancer #GIVEHope Twitter Party

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Dear Creatives, As we round the corner to October it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. I know a lot of us focus on the creative, crafting with October coming up but, today I want to share about those who survived breast cancer or those fighting the big fight truly living an inspired life. Pushing the boundaries past illness to recovery. Did you know that one in eight women will get breast cancer in her lifetime? Fortunately, there is hope! When breast cancer is detected early, the five-year survival rate is 98 percent. Early detection saves lives.

P&G GIVE Hope to fuel a breast cancer early detection movement among women everywhere, kicked off by the “Do It For the Girls! Day of Action” on Thursday, September 20 with breast cancer survivor and TV personality, Giuliana Rancic. Join us for an afternoon Twitter Party at 3 p.m.

@PGmyGIVE & @SheSpeaksUp, among others are spreading the word about this important call to action – and more importantly – rallying women to take action. There will be some fabulous prizes, including a $200 gift card to the spa of your choice! Do you want to find out more & add your RSVP for prizes? Just visit SheSpeaks GiveHope RSVP to be eligible for the door prize by commenting on their post with your Twitter handle (Ex. @SheSpeaksUp)! 

Hope to see  you there supporting this great cause & giving women hope for a better future! Thursday 9/20 to “Do It For the Girls!” at the #GIVEHope Twitter Party at 3pm ET! There is also information about twitter parties & how to if you have never participated in one via the link above.

Do you know someone who has battled breast cancer? 

(On a side note in case you don’t know in Oct. many offices who screen for Breast Cancer offer reduced rates!) Join the party, make a difference!

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Breast Cancer Awareness & Hope

Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post or will I receive anything for writing about this topic. All information being shared can be seen at SheSpeaks & via the hosts on their twitter accounts.


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