Breast Cancer Resource Center Savannah, GA USA


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.


We hosted an annual swimathon in our neighborhood, where families could come together and have a good time while supporting the fight against this awful disease. We wanted even the littlest of kids to know that they had the power to make a big difference in the world, and they did.