Making Strides Against Breast Cancer June Newsletter

2370 Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu 96817 | (808) 432-9141 Office | (808) 561-2107 Mobile |

Father’s Day Gift!

It’s Men’s Health Week. One percent of breast cancer cases in the U.S. occur in men. Compassion for Cancer Caregivers is joining us in acknowledging the fathers on Oahu who are battling cancer or who are caregivers to someone with cancer. A Compassion Kit will be delivered to the first 25 who sign up at Include your name, street address, and phone number. The Compassion Kit includes a plush fleece blanket, 64-page adult coloring book, coloring pencils and sharpener, two colorful journals, and earbuds!

Springing into Action

Do you know a family member, friend, colleague, or community member who deserves to be celebrated for helping a cancer patient?

They could win a specialty swag bag! Submitting a nomination is quick and easy. Nomination period ends on 7/1. More details on-

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Facebook: Making Strides Hawaii

Our Community

We’re getting the band back together! Our office coordinator, Cheryl, is no longer furloughed and eager to help you with your donations and creating fundraising teams.

Zoom Trivia Night!

Every Thursday at 7 p.m., MSABC Hawaii hosts a fun night of trivia, prizes, and an opportunity to fundraise for Making Strides Hawaii!

MSABC Partners

Our 2019 sponsors are returning to support MSABC Hawaii this year! If you’re looking for uplifting content, text strides oahu to 69922. We can now send you quick, positive MSABC text messages to boost your mood!

Also, Bri’s Permanent Cosmetics is offering 50% off male services this weekend to MSABC donors!

Contact: Bri Heresa (808) 435-5592

New MSABC Teams!

Team Ku’uipo

Hawaii Deltas

Fred’s Team

Team Mama Rose

We gratefully celebrate companies and individuals who are signing up teams during this time:

MSABC Volunteer Team: Ashleigh Berg, Richelle Oliveros, Shano Maroof, Fred Gill, and Kristina Duran

Quote of the Month

“Health Equality and Racial Equality are Inseparable. To achieve one, we must achieve both.”

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