#GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part One

Last week, we collected your six-word memoirs for our #GivingTuesday activities. Today, we’re unveiling them in three parts as you support us on this international day of giving.

We’ve notified you about our website and social media for the past week to let you know about our #GivingTuesday activities. As the match campaign begins, we’re proud to present our six-word memoir campaign for this day of giving. The gallery below contains the first of our three-part series.

Be sure to check out Courtney Silbiger’s six-word memoir! Courtney won our prize drawing of an Everything But Water bronze bracelet. Everyone who submitted a six-word memoir for #Giving Tuesday was entered for a chance to win the bracelet.

We will update all our #GivingTuesday initiatives on this blog, our social media and our #GivingTuesday profile page.

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Our breast cancer six-word memoirs are based on Smith Magazine’s project by the same name. We started our initiative during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October to showcase the experiences of those diagnosed with with breast cancer.

Do you want to submit a six-word memoir? Beginning early 2014, we’re relaunching the six-word memoirs campaign as weekly feature on this blog. Email your six-word story, name, age, year diagnosed, cancer stage and subtype to online@lbbc.org.

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One Response to “#GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part One”

  1. #GivingTuesdays Six-Word Memoir: Part Two | LBBC's Blog Says:

    […] Empowering all women affected by breast cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality of life. « #GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part One […]

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