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Shay Sharpe’s Pink Wishes 2015 White Tie Fundraiser

 

 

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It’s our favorite time of year again! We are preparing for our 2015 White Tie Fundraiser. The theme this year is ALL WHITE! This will be unlike all the other white parties you have attended this year. When is the last time you attended an all white formal event? 100 women in all white gowns! We are gonna look like a room full of beautiful brides. I’m excited!! I cant wait to see all the beautiful survivors, guests and pictures at the event.

 

Thanks to the attendees and donors of the 2014 fundraiser, we were able to grant 15 Christmas wishes (our most to date), host Christmas brunch for families affected by breast cancer, feed and clothe the homeless on two separate occasions, and SSPW finally replaced their raggedy computer and printer. Thank you! We couldn’t do it without you.

 

Shay Sharpe’s Pink Wishes 2015 White Tie Fundraiser, will be held at the gorgeous Valley Mansion in Cockeysville, Maryland, on Sunday, September 27th. 6-10pm. Tickets are $125 and includes, dinner, dancing, dj, live auction, seafood buffet, open bar and hugs 🙂

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PS…. You get $100 off if you purchase a table of ten $1150. Original price $1250.

Thanks again for your support and I look forward to seeing all of you there! xoxo ~ Madame President

Six young breast cancer survivors had the time of their lives in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Girl 6 Getaway 2015

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Reflecting on my trip to DR and my life up to this point. It’s been a rough road but I have never been happier in my life. I would not change or trade my walk with anyone…what God has for me is for me!! I will continue to walk this path with my head held high knowing that God is a lamp to my feet and light to my path! Being able to take this trip with my pink sisters was beyond amazing and I am forever grateful to everyone who donated and supported us! ~Tameka

 

 

 

 

 

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It is truly amazing how I went my entire life thus far not wanting to see the world. My breast cancer has changed me in ways that I never could have imagined. For cancer to bring these beautiful five ladies into my life has truly been a blessing. Six strangers with one thing in common, cancer, had the greatest time together. This trip has brought us closer together and now a new found sisterhood has been formed. All of our stories are different but fascinating.

This vacation made me appreciate my life even more. I have done things that I never would have imagined doing. I swam in the ocean with the fishes, I drove doom buggies exploring the DR’s native land, and my crazy butt jumped into water that was 25ft deep inside a beautiful cave. This trip has been a wonderful experience. Now I am ready for our next “Survivor’s Vacation.” ~ Glee

 

 

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This was the most amazing experience, the trip of a lifetime. I am so thankful and blessed to have been a part of this survivors getaway. I have a special bond with each of these ladies and I love them dearly. I have had conversations with them that well never grace the ears of another. We truly know and understand the meaning of #iammysisterskeeper. God bless those of you who donated and contributed to help make this possible. I understand my purpose now more than ever before. God’s grace and mercy forever be with you. Life is good and God is Great! ~Charlene

 

 

 

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They said we were too young for breast cancer… THEY LIED!

I am so proud of the beautiful young women in this picture! About a month ago, a couple of the young women mentioned that they needed to get away. We all had so much going on so it felt like a great idea. One problem, everyone didn’t have money to go. Three young women had their money in full, another young lady had most of her money, the other two women had no money at all. Instead of leaving the two young women behind, everyone raised funds to help pay for the other two women to attend, even the young women who paid their trip in full. Unfortunately, we didn’t raise the full amount, but one of the young women, voluntarily, put up a little extra to cover the gap. She didn’t ask to be repaid, she didn’t hold it over their head or mention it once during the trip. How cool was that? The unselfishness shown by these young women over this past week, in Punta Cana, was simply amazing. The true meaning of being my sister’s keeper. I truly enjoyed myself and I look forward to my next getaway with these beautiful women. xoxo ~ Madame President