Now in its fifth year, Pin-A-Sister™/Examínate Comadre™ is a faith-based initiative to motivate African-American and Hispanic women to take control of their breast health and reduce health disparities. By partnering with faith leaders, this campaign has successfully brought hope and empowerment to women of color.
Our public awareness campaign has reached an estimated 4 million people through Mother's Day 2011, spreading the word about the importance of screenings.
Each year, our supporters and funding partners play a pivotal role in expanding this campaign to new venues both statewide and outside the United States.
By helping to motivate women to pledge their commitment to early breast cancer detection and promise to have regular mammograms or mammography screenings, we believe our campaign can save lives.
We are grateful for our supporters and funding partners who have allowed us to provide a continuum of care for underserved women, as we continue our battle against breast and cervical cancer in our communities.
Chief Executive Officer