C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project

In a landscape where 1 in 8 women faces a breast cancer diagnosis, organizations like the C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project have become indispensable.

Dedicated to making a difference in the community’s breast cancer landscape, the C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project focuses on education, awareness, and supporting those affected by the disease.

This nonprofit offers ongoing emotional support and financial aid to underserved and underinsured individuals undergoing breast cancer treatment. Their overarching goal is to alleviate the emotional and physical burden associated with battling breast cancer.

Here’s where the Project directs its funds:

Facilitating transportation to and from medical appointments.

  • Assisting with doctor/facility co-payments and pharmacy expenses.
  • Offering monetary aid to cover essential living costs.
  • They also extend personal support to breast cancer patients throughout every stage of their journey—from diagnosis through treatment and recovery.

For those seeking assistance during their breast cancer journey, applications can be submitted at https://cwrightproject.org/application/.

To contribute to this noble cause and support breast cancer survivors, donations can be made at https://cwrightproject.org/donations/.

Planting Seeds of Hope, Education, Support, and Awareness for Communities and Breast Cancer Survivors

Our Mission

To impact breast cancer in our community through education, awareness, and support.

To provide ongoing emotional assistance to under-served and uninsured patients undergoing breast cancer treatment.

To contribute financial sponsorship allowing patients to focus on recovery and survivorship.

To collaborate with community agencies to provide comprehensive services to breast cancer patients in the Bossier and Shreveport areas.

Our Vision

Is simply to help ease the emotional and physical suffering of breast cancer.

According to the National Cancer Institute, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime.

Breast cancer in men is rare, but it does happen. In the U.S., about 1 percent of all breast cancer cases occur in men [American Cancer Society].

Together, WE can make a positive impact in our communities.

The Journey

The C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project 501(c)(3) was developed as a collaborative effort under the Multicultural Developmental Center and Stonewall Missionary Baptist Church, named in honor of a 10 year breast cancer survivor, Catherine A. Wright. The C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project’s aim is to help breast cancer survivors in our local community. The core objectives are to provide access to resources pertinent to overall health, mental, and emotional care.

The Project Funds

Your financial assistance will help provide transportation to and from medical appointments, co-payments, pharmacy expenses, and monetary support to maintain necessary living expenses. Personal support will also be given to breast cancer patients during the diagnosis, treatment, and recovery phase of this devastating illness.

“For me, CWPRP was truly a light at the end of the tunnel. With your help I was able to afford the treatment I needed without turning my family’s world upside down. I simply cannot thank you enough.” ~F.

Roots— Cancer Survivor

The Help

Bi-Monthly or Monthly Donation

$5-$10/month covers cost of prescription co-payments and transportation expenses to get to the necessary medical appointments

$25/month purchases necessary food to provide nutrition and sustenance during the necessary treatments

$40/month pays a telephone bill to maintain contact with the healthcare providers and personal support network.

$100/month maintains or restores basic utilities

Please consider supporting the C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project with a monthly gift to maintain continual finances to support breast cancer patients during their extensive and expensive fight.

Donations

Call (318)773-8464 OR deposit at any Regions Bank under Multi-Cultural Development Center: C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project.

Multi-Cultural Development Center (M-CDC) of Bossier City (501(c)(3)) #87-07357488