#GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part Three

You saw parts one and two. Here’s the third and final part of our #GivingTuesday breast cancer six-word memoir campaign. Support LBBC before midnight Eastern Time (ET) tonight!


Here’s our third and final round of breast cancer six-word memoirs for #GivingTuesday. On behalf of everyone at Living Beyond Breast Cancer, we want to thank everyone who submitted a six-word memoir about how we’ve impacted you and your breast cancer experience. Your mini-stories inspire us to continue and expand the work that we do.

We also want to thank those of you who have supported us in the dollar-for-dollar matching campaign with Toll Brothers, Inc. Your contributions will help us reach more people affected by breast cancer, so they too can feel the same support and empowerment our six-word memoir contributors feel.

If you haven’t given a donation or gift for #GivingTuesday, don’t fret — you have until midnight Eastern Time (ET).

Double the impact of your gift to LBBC today only!

“Like” us on Facebook.

Follow us on Twitter.

Our breast cancer six-word memoirs are based on Smith Magazine’sproject 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 in 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.

3 thoughts on “#GivingTuesday Six-Word Memoirs: Part Three

    • Hi, Amy – yes, we are. We are a bit backed up at the moment, since we have some submissions from before late November. We’ll resume posting those ones and accepting new submissions this weekend.

      This series was specific for our #GivingTuesday campaign, which is why they were given priority. If you haven’t submitted one, email online@lbbc.org with your six-words, year diagnosed, cancer stage and subtype and full name.

      Hope this helps!

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