Keeping Abreast Foundation

Our goal is to help

Our Programs

MAMMOGRAM SCREENING

We'll offer financial assistance

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BREAST CANCER ASSISTANCE

Apply for Financial Assistance

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We Couldn't do it Without

Donations

How You Can Help

The Keeping Abreast Foundation welcomes your gifts. Donations of any size are vital to our Mammogram Fund and Breast Cancer Assistance Program, which both assist individuals in our community that are underinsured or have no insurance.

Amount: $ 5

our commitment is to inspire hope and enhance life

SOME OF OUR STATS

Funding Provided

$ 164,000

Individuals Assisted

825

Diagnostic Services Paid For

1170

Here are a few things we're up to

Upcoming Events

One Stroke Closer to a Cure Golf Tournament

Oct. 12, 2018

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I Pink I Can Run Annual Run

Feb 23, 2019

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Pink Ribbon Tennis Tournament

TBD, Spring 2019

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  • 2001 - My husband and I were working hard; busy with two daughters in college and one son in high school. I was working as a nurse, trying to keep up with family responsibilities...

    Bonnie Bell

  • It was November 2007. I was 32 years old and in my second trimester carrying my second child. I was on a family vacation in Disney World when I discovered a lump...

    Mandie Bignell

  • I was driving in the car with my mother one summer afternoon and she noticed a visibly large lump in my chest at the top of my right breast, “ what is that?” she asked...

    Sondra Massraf

  • I am greeted each morning by the words, "Believe in miracles every day." They hang on my wall as a source of inspiration and strength, right next to a mirror that used to be the very opposite...

    Marilyn Gleaton

  • March 9, 2017 was like any other Thursday. I did my daily duties of getting my hubby off to work and my 16- and 13-year old children off to school. Like most days, I cooked dinner and cleaned up afterwards, and I then took a little “me time” and had a nice, relaxing shower...

    Carolyn Munhollon

  • March 2014, my husband and I had booked a cruise for Spring Break with our girls, then 9 and 11. I decided to go ahead and get my yearly mammogram before the trip...

    Theresa Morehouse

  • I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer (de novo), at the age of 34, February 21, 2011. Since my diagnosis I have received 20 rounds of radiation to three tumors in my spine. I also received a 6 month regimen of chemotherapy...

    Michelle Hedman

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