Breast Cancer Resource Center Savannah, GA USA


Our Commitment & Outreach Updates:

Shine the Light Disco Night

Our annual Shine the Light Disco Night educates the public on key breast cancer treatments/experiences/support/needs. The event incorporates a survivor fashion-show aimed at empowering all breast cancer patients in attendance to recognize and embrace their true beauty, scars and all. View Gallery

The event also includes a guest speaker, invited to educate our community on some aspect of breast cancer.

Peer-Counseling & Mentorship Support

The journey is hard, but you don’t have to do it alone. Connect with free, customized, one-to-one emotional support. Get matched or become a mentor through our proud partnership with ABCD. Learn More.


Since breast cancer affects patients both physically and emotionally, we’ve partnered with Dr. Elisabeth Counselman-Carpenter, PhD, LCSW, Adelphi University, to investigate patient views on both the psychosocial implications of a diagnosis and mental health support. Our goal is to educate patients, providers, clinicians, and community members with IRB research studies and to further programs based on peer-reviewed research.

Transportation & Emergency Support/ Hardship

We’ve partnered with UWCE and the Women’s United Transportation Fund to assist qualifying breast cancer patients with gas cards and/or uber rides to their lifesaving treatments. Additionally, we partnered with three local hospitals and their social workers to provide holiday hardship support.

Reframing Beauty Through Photography

Digital Support Opportunities:

Providing FREE access to education and support, and connecting patients with local resources.

Care Bags

Through partnerships with local businesses, we periodically supply local breast cancer patients with chemo and/or mastectomy care bags.

Flyer Updates:

Girl Scouts:

Service Project

Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, had breast cancer. She actually died from it. So, every year in her honor, Girl Scouts across America work to earn badges by spreading awareness and educating women about breast cancer. A local group made these Beads of Hope necklaces to distribute, and they had me interview survivors from all over the country when I went to San Diego for the Komen 3 Day event. (A fundraiser where we walked 60 miles in 3 days to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer). Hear what these brave women had to say in our SURVIVOR section.

Service Project & Education

Hear directly from a local girl scout, Catherine M., when she helps us better understand their organization, their founder, and what these young girls are doing to advocate for women and breast cancer.