Survivors and co-survivors give back on National Cancer Survivors Day

Photo: Project Pink'd, Inc.

An Omaha-based non-profit organization celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day Sunday.

Project Pink’d gave back to breast cancer survivors in Nebraska and Western Iowa.

Volunteers, many of whom are survivors themselves, gathered to assemble 250 chemotherapy, surgical and radiation Kits.

Developed for breast cancer survivors by Project Pink’d survivors, these complimentary kits include everything to help make a survivor a little more comfortable during their treatment and brighten their day.

Each kit will also include a hand-written note of inspiration from a Project Pink’d survivor.

Volunteers will deliver these special kits to hospitals, oncology, surgical and radiation centers throughout Nebraska and Western Iowa on Monday.

Project Pink’d, Inc. is a volunteer-powered charitable 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping survivors thrive by supporting the mind, body and spirit of those diagnosed with breast cancer in Nebraska and Western Iowa.

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