Thursday, March 31, 2011

Does our movement support men and children with cancer?

 Mike Montanez with Chance a cancer survivor
Some of my closest friends where there to support the Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs as she signed her own truck, we dedicated this truck in her honor as a survivor. We need to get the Glendale Fire Department and the City as a whole to support the movement. While we have the support from the International Association of Firefighters and thousands of Cities across the Country and around the Globe, Glendale AZ and specifically the Fire Department have yet to adopt the program, please send a message asking them to support their women with this movement........Senator Lisa Baker from Pennsyvania supports our "Cares Enough to Wear Pink" movement.

All of us have to realize that our mothers love us unconditionally, that our women are the most selfless people on Earth. If we acknowledge this and always put her first we will feel the love and support from her in our own struggles with life and of course with our battle against cancer! Yes....Our program helps men as well as children, we just find the woman closest to a person and go through her for our calling of support, a grandmother, Mom, Wife, Sister, Aunt etc.....
Pink Heals!

How can you get your community to adopt our Cares Enough to Wear Pink..Pink Heals message?

 The City of Fishers IN showing their support for the women of their community and one of their own Leslie Hulse.
Grapevine TX 
Please email and request information about the program. Once given the information all you have to do is take it down to your community leaders and request that they get on board this calling of support! We have found that this program is a true calling of leadership and once your community is given the right information they have to adopt this movement! This is not about money but has everything to do with LOVE, this is not about one specific disease or charity but about SELFLESSNESS. Each community that embraces this movement shows their own women that we stand as a unified front in her battle for life against Cancer. We share our brand and our movement for free, so if there is a fundraiser, 100% of the money stays local to help our women with her battle against all cancer.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Why is our movement working? Why do you need this in your community?

As a non-profit we focus on women as a whole by wearing her color, we do not focus on a specific disease like breast cancer or any other specific type of cancer. We show our love and compassion by wearing the color pink, creating a brand that aligns all of us with our women and sharing this brand for free around the Globe! We just ask that any money raised by our calling of support stay locally to help her and her family battle all types of cancer!
 Director of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano supports our program, she was one of the first to sign our pink fire trucks!
 We travel the Country collecting signatures and stories from women and her family that have battled cancer, they are who we honor, they are who we fight for!
A simple hug and a commitment to put her first by simply wearing her color can have a healing affect.
Pink Heals!

Each community and their local, State and Federal Government organizations have leaders, they are put there by the people and have to acknowledge that our women should come first in their battle for life! If we ask a Mayor, Governor, Senator or any other leader in a community to support breast cancer, they can reply that they support Diabetes. If we approach one of them and ask them to support our program, which supports all women based on Love and Respect, they have to get on board. Especially when the rally by the people and the money raised to help them, stays in their community! 

Supporting our "Cares Enough to Wear Pink" and Pink Heals Tour movement!

We are creating a movement that brings all of us together as a unified front to wage war against cancer on behalf of our women and her family. Each community that adopts our program acknowledges that our women are the most important people in our lives, that they put her first in her battle against cancer. We must make sure that all the money raised from their efforts by adopting this program stays in that community!

Pink Heals!