"I am not afraid...I was born to do this." ~ Joan of Arc
We truly are "changing the world one girl at a time!"
Our Daisy Wheels have been shipped to all corners of the world, and girls in grades 5-12 will know the importance of and how to do a breast self exam - for life!
Our goal is to be in all 50 states by the end of 2010!!
Want to help make our mission a movement? You can "GIT Your Pink On!"
on October 15th - wear pink to work or school and donate one dollar to Get In Touch.
One Dollar is One Daisy Wheel.
One Daisy Wheel is One Girl.
One Girl is the Whole World.
Stay tuned to our website...soon you'll be able to see a map with every GIT State in pink so you'll know if Daisy Wheels will be rolling into your community!
Mary Ann Wasil Nilan
Executive Director & Founder,
Breast Cancer Kickin' Survivor & Health Activist
~ Upcoming Events ~
October 10, 2010
6th Annual "Pretty In Pink" Brunch & "Women of Strength" Award
October 15, 2010
National "GIT Your Pink On!" Day
The Get In Touch Foundation
is proud to announce our
2010 "Women of Strength"
Dr. Barbara Ward,
Surgical Oncologist, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, CT
Dolores A. Ward,
44 Year Breast Cancer Survivor and Mother of Dr. Barbara Ward
The women will be honored at the 6th Annual "Pretty In Pink" Brunch
on Sunday, October 10 at Great River Golf Club in Milford, CT
As we speak, 2,300 Get In Touch pink folders & Daisy Wheels
are making their way into the hands of thousands of School Nurses
who have descended upon the Windy City for the National Association of
School Nurses Conference...we'll share more next month!
The Get In Touch Girls' Program
Breast Health Initiative
Teaching girls in grades 5-12 the importance of,
and how to do a breast self exam - for life!
|Extra! Extra! Read all about it...| KUDOS to Sensei Bagwell and Bagwell Academy of Martial Arts in Milford, CT for hosting a "Women's Empowerment Self-Defense Awareness Seminar" on Saturday, July 24th from 8:30-10:30am, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Get In Touch! Click here to for more info and to register to "GIT Your Self-Defense On!" KUDOS to Kristine Casey, a Johns Hopkins University GIT
College Youth Ambassador and the 2010 co-director of the 4K For Cancer
group cycling from Baltimore to San Francisco for 63 days, beginning May
30th. Kristine is planting the seeds of "Daisy Wheels" across our great
nation during her ride, spreading our message of "getting
in touch" with your body to every girl she meets! Click here to read more about Kristine and be sure to send good thoughts her way for a safe
ride...Hope Lives! (and Rides!) KUDOS to Women Empowered By Business, who invited me to share my story
and the story of Get In Touch during an online presentation and WEBBinar
on Thursday, July 15th at 2pm.
Click here for more information on how to access the webinar.
KUDOS to Sandy Young, School Nurse at Aviano Middle
School in Sicily, Italy,
who sent us this pic of her and her "office-mate," showing off the Daisy
she drew on her hand when she recently taught her
students BSE using our
Get In Touch Girls' Program & Daisy Wheel
breast health initiative!
|Please vote for Get In Touch in the 2010 Startup Nation Leading Moms in Business Competition! |
(click meter to vote)
Meet my new friend, Patricia Brett, Designer & Founder of
a new luxury collection of swimwear
especially for breast cancer survivors
and women who have had
(click Patricia's picture to read her story of survival)
Click any of these beautiful
suits to go directly to the VERONICA BRETT website.
Get In Touch is delighted to be listed on the RESOURCES page of the Veronica Brett website.
GIT your Vineyard
Vines® Daisy Tote here...
(click on the pic)
8 More "Faves of the Founder" for July...
1. My Little Red Book by Rachel Kauder Nalebuff
2. Use What You've Got by Barbara Corcoran
3. Summer Sisters by Judy Blume
4. The Color of Water by James McBride
5. If I Stay by Gayle Forman
6. Basic Black by Cathie Black
7. The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
8. The Outermost House by Henry Beston
...bathing suit, sunscreen and a good book!