Why It’s Good To Give, From A Good Shepherd

Why It’s Good To Give, From A Good Shepherd

As a nonprofit professional, daughter of a breast cancer survivor and myself a papillary thyroid cancer survivor from the age of 35, I experience the power of a supportive network of family, friends, and health professionals every day.

Those resources aren’t always easy to come by, and in the days and weeks that follow diagnosis, young patients don’t always know where to begin to look for support. That is why organizations like SurviveDat are so important to young breast cancer survivors, and the people who care for them.

When you give to SurviveDAT, 100% of your gifts made through the LSU Health Foundation that are designated to SurviveDat, go to support SurviveDat. Simply indicate where you would like your gift to go and we will take care of the rest. And if your place of employment has a matching gift program, let us know, and we will make certain that we follow through on securing that match.

This season, give the gift of community to young survivors in need by making a philanthropic contribution to SurviveDat.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Why It’s Good To Give, From A Good Shepherd

Paige Eubanks-Barrow

Senior Director of Donor Relations and Communications LSU Health Foundation New Orleans

Louisiana's Young Breast Cancer Survivor Network

Young women with breast cancer face unique issues. And in the South, there are more young women overall facing breast cancer. In Louisiana, young African-American women are significantly more likely to suffer from breast cancer.

That is why SurviveDAT is here. Part of the Gulf States Young Breast Cancer Survivor Network, SurviveDAT's mission is to help improve the quality of life for young breast cancer survivors, as well as their family and friends, by providing continuing resources and support.

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