What happens when you run into a roadblock and nothing seems to give?
Do you stop turn around and retrace your steps, forge ahead or just give up?
Fundraising brings you to many roadblocks that seem insurmountable.
You encounter those feelings of just quitting because you get tired or not getting any responses or the lack of follow through. Stay strong and focused on your purpose -
We will always encounter periods of drought and feelings that no one cares.
They are true to an extent. many people don't and won't care until they are directly impacted.
Should they be 1 of the 8 women/families that receive a diagnosis, we will be there for them as well.
There are many out there that will verbally commit just to get you to leave them alone, then there are those that actually forget
You are left with decisions to you make - continue to call, ask or just let it be?
It doesn't stop.
It doesn't let women be and neither can we.
It doesn't judge women/families.
It just takes and takes without conscious.
We can't let it be not with breast cancer!
Breast cancer just continues to move along taking the normal life of 1 woman every 69 seconds.
Hereby making her a changed woman.
We have to continue this fight and forge on to the next person.
People need to know that yes, we would like your support in a monetary manner but there's more to it than that.
We want you to be informed, be proactive, share the information and be AWARE.
Each day you sit and do nothing is another day that we lose ground.
Awareness is the key, there are so many resources available that eliminate your ability to exercise excuses.
There are a myriad of things that supporters can do.
The best way to get people to know you exist and what you're doing is by word of mouth.
Isn't that how you learn of the newest hair salon, boutique, books, etc?
If people would share the information with others we'd have a better chance at reaching a greater audience and raise awareness in a larger forum.
Let today be the day that you decide to do something- make a donation, help another person in this fight.
Everyone Deserves A Lifetime, help make that happen.
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