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Mother’s Day is about loving and honoring the women in our lives who give so generously. Mothers work tirelessly to fill their families with the essentials to flourish in life. There is only one day a year dedicated to the loving mothers who care for us so selflessly, when in reality, they spend much more time being caregivers than we give them credit for.
Say “thank you” with a gift that reflects her courage and dedication to others. By honoring a mother in your life with a gift to The Bridge Breast Network, you will be giving the gift of hope.
That’s a gift any mother would appreciate beyond measure.
With all donations of $100 and over, you will receive a gift of six note cards featuring the front cover artwork.
Artist Stephanie Hastings
Breast Cancer Survivor
The beautiful art on the front of the card was created by a former Bridge Breast Network client. Stephanie Hastings is an artist, photographer, mother, friend, lover and activist, but one thing for which she was not prepared was the role of cancer fighter.
On September 1, 2011, Stephanie was diagnosed with stage IIB, grade III, triple negative, invasive ductal carcinoma breast cancer. To Stephanie, being diagnosed with breast cancer was unfathomable and overwhelming. There were many thoughts and fears going through her mind when the diagnosis was given.
Stephanie's photo memoirs through breast cancer are now in a book and available for purchase online. It's short clips of stories, thoughts and photographs that run from diagnosis to remission. 25% of the sales go to The Bridge Breast Network.
This post was contributed by Stephanie Hastings, Dallas-based photographer, artist, mother, activist, hockey-lover and breast cancer fighter.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer is quite overwhelming. There are many thoughts and fears that will go through your mind when that happens. I know that was true for me. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in September of 2011, I was overcome with the same fear as anyone would be.
I am an artist, a photographer, a mother, a friend, a lover and an activist. One thing that I wasn’t sure I was prepared for was the role of cancer fighter. There is a lot to have to take in and understand – but no one is an island. No one fights cancer alone.