Val Skinner Foundation

LIFE Event

The LIFE Event mission is to continue to help eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease...Read more »

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is the state's first and only National Cancer...Read more »

DecodingCancer.org

A visionary group of breast cancer advocates, experts and educators join forces to support the study of cancer in the classroom with a deeply engaging program created for high school students, parents, and teachers...Read more »

The 28th Annual Steven A. Cox Charity Classic

Monday, October 2, 2017
Join friends, family, and some special guests as we gather to benefit...Read more »

The 12th Annual Atlantic City Electric Golf Classic

Monday, September 18, 2017
Join us at the 8th Annual Atlantic City Electric Golf Classic at Galloway National Golf Club... Read more »

2010 Heroes

2010 Heroes

Angela and Nan Stanford

In 2009, Nan Stanford, mother of LPGA player Angela Stanford, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Together, Angela and Nan have publicly addressed her health and advocated for education on treatment options. In 2010, Angela partnered with The Val Skinner Foundation and Veins for Life (VFL), an awareness program developed by C.R. Bard, Inc., to help breast cancer patients and their families take an active role in decisions regarding their chemotherapy treatment.

Crystal King

In 2003, King was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because her mother had also been diagnosed just three years earlier, she was already involved in Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities. In January 2008, King quit a great job on faith to follow a different path. She now works for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. As a Pink Together Survivor Ambassador, she works every day to help women overcome their own battles with breast cancer.

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