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It's finally Spring, and Women At Risk's 20th Anniversary Luncheon is only a month away! We hope you'll join us on May 9th to celebrate this very special occasion and hear from our distinguished speakers. There are also many other ways to get involved this year. Keep reading to find out about some of those opportunities. Also, check your mailbox for our Spring 2011 Print Newsletter—the 20th Anniversary Research Edition—arriving soon!
Women At Risk's 20th Anniversary Luncheon
This year's special luncheon will celebrate WAR's research and programs, and the many lives touched over the past 20 years
Monday, May 9th, 2011.
The Waldorf=Astoria, New York, NY
The Honorable Carolyn B. Maloney
For pricing and additional information, or to purchase tickets, contact Eric Dubinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 305-4486.
To celebrate our 20th Anniversary, WAR will be profiling 20 individuals whose lives have been touched in some way by the many programs we have offered over the past two decades. If you, or someone you know, has been impacted by Women At Risk's work and would like to be potentially featured in this series, please send your story to Lisa Held at email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you!
2. Clare Cooper
What is advocacy? [Video]
On March 15th, WAR advocates joined members of SHARE and the Young Survival Coalition for a trip to Albany to attend the New York State Breast Cancer Network's Susan M. Cohen Education & Advocacy Day.
Support GOPiNK, Women At Risk's Junior Committee
GOPiNK will be hosting a fashion show fundraiser at Bloomingdale's in White Plains this May. Bring your kids for a great time, with all proceeds benefitting Women At Risk's research, education, and support programs.
Women At Risk is the breast cancer program of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center whose mission is to enhance the lives of women at high risk for and with breast cancer through research, education and support. For more information, visit us at www.womenatrisknyc.org or www.womenatriskblog.com.