LEMONS TO LEMONADE:
IT’S WHAT PINK LEMONADE PROJECT DOES!
Whether you or a family member is recently diagnosed, in treatment, recovery, survivorship, or facing an advanced diagnosis, Pink Lemonade Project has thought about you.
Research shows that patients with a breast cancer diagnosis who have strong friendships and community connections have a lower risk of a recurrence, lower risk of a breast cancer-specific mortality, and a lower risk of total mortality. In fact, our programs were developed with close cooperation of our healthcare partners and are designed to support you during your treatment and recovery. We want to offer a community and help you live a vibrant life.
Free Awareness Materials!
Pink Lemonade Project brochures and shower cards with breast self awareness information, in English and Spanish, are available for free to healthcare and other organizations working in the breast cancer arena. See examples at right and follow this link to the online order form.
Programs Designed for You
SO YOU CAN FOCUS ON RECOVERY
Pink Practicalities and the Treatment Access Program provide financial assistance for transportation, groceries, lodging, lymphedema sleeves and wigs, utilities, groceries, supplements, acupuncture, rent/mortgage assistance, and more during treatment.
HELP CHILDREN COPE
WITH JILL’S BOOK BANK
Bequeathed in 2018 by Jill Garrow, former Vancouver school teacher, Jill’s Book Bank is a collection of books that help families talk through a new cancer diagnosis with young children to adolescents.
YOUNG SURVIVOR SUPPORT GROUP
TACKLES SPECIAL ISSUES
The Zest support group is specifically for young women survivors who face additional challenges with a breast cancer diagnosis. This group is offered monthly on the third Tuesday each month.
WITH FOOD & FRIENDS
The Metastatic Breast Cancer Dinner Series is an intimate, in-person forum to discuss the latest information in research, treatment and symptom management with local health experts.
What We Are Best Known For
FIND A MENTOR
WITH PINK PEERS
For newly diagnosed breast cancer patients, those in active treatment, and survivors and beyond can request being connected to a Pink Peer mentor, each of whom is trained by professional social workers.
GET OUTSIDE HELP
FROM COMMUNITY RESOURCES
STAY INVOLVED & MOTIVATED
WITH PROGRAM EVENTS
Our program events allow those affected by breast cancer to come together on a variety of topics of interest from content experts, engaging in art activities, and/or participating in family socials. New events are added regularly on our website, Facebook and Instagram pages so check back often.
WITH GROUP FITNESS EVENTS
This program include walks and other fitness activities around Clark County and the Portland Metro area, including outdoor hikes on local trails and in parks.
GET AWAY & RECHARGE
WITH OUR REVIVE RETREATS
Healing retreats for breast cancer patients, couples and survivors – up to 12 participants at Menucha Retreat Center. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we are unable to host these events until it is safe to do so again.