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Our Mission: We are a NY community-based Non-Profit 501(c)(3) providing Free Breast Cancer Wellness Programs and Support Services to those in treatment.
13-year-old Samantha DiMilia of Mineola, NY, has a talent for making beautiful jewelry, and a very special spirit of giving. For the past several years, Samantha has been hand-crafting beaded bracelets, selling them at fundraising events, and donating the proceeds to support Rocking The Road For A Cure’s mission to ease the burden of treatment for breast cancer patients. To date, Samantha has donated over $850 to the organization, earned completely through her own inspirational efforts, and with the support of her parents, grandparents, and extended family as role-models.
Samantha wrote in 2012 about the motivation for her Bracelets for Breast Cancer efforts:
“I try to do as many good deeds as I can. But, one of my best and most recent “good deeds” is making bracelets, selling them, and donating the money to a breast cancer charity.” (Rocking The Road For A Cure)
“My aunt is a breast cancer survivor. She had breast cancer…and I saw her lose all her hair. She did not look good. I felt very sad for her. My aunt is doing well now and sponsors many events to raise money to help people who have breast cancer. Everyone likes the bracelets I make, so I decided to make bracelets and sell them at a fashion show (in May, 2012) and give the money to the breast cancer charity.
“I do little jobs to get the money to buy the beads. Whenever I have spare time, I make the bracelets. Hopefully, I will sell all of them.”
“I don’t know a lot about breast cancer, but I know it is a terrible thing. I saw what it did to my aunt. I’m glad she didn’t die. I hope the money I make from the bracelets will help make a difference to people who have breast cancer.”
It’s hard to imagine that such an enterprising young woman would have any extra time, but over the years, Samantha has been active in many sports, earned her black belt in karate, played drums in her school band, and is involved in Girl Scouts. She and a fellow Girl Scout earned their Silver Medal by making up flyers to educate people about donating hair for wigs for breast cancer patients. Samantha is also an animal lover, and has done additional charity work through her Girl Scout troop, collecting donated items for a local animal shelter.
Samantha is a model of generosity for children and adults alike, and Rocking The Road For A Cure would like to thank our special supporter for her extraordinary generosity!
Samantha’s Bracelets for Breast Cancer will soon be available for purchase right here at www.rockingtheroadforacure.com
To find out more about donating your hair for a good cause please click the following link. It contains information compiled by Emily Tretter and Samantha DiMilia who are working towards earning their Girl Scout Silver Award by providing this information in the hopes it will make a positive difference in the lives of those suffering from hair loss.
Friday, June 6, 2014 6:30 – 10pm at Casa Del Frey 87-02 253rd Street, Bellerose, NY 11426
PRE-REGISTRATION at www.rockingtheroadforacure.org
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
Additional Divine Services starting at $10:
Tarot Card Reading
Henna Art with Renata Langner https://www.facebook.com/renata.langner1?fref=ts
Reiki Healing and Reconnection Healing
also Raffles and Merchandise Sales
FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED
All proceeds go to Breast Cancer Wellness programs
Rocking the Road for a Cure is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides free homebound wellness programs and support services for people going through the diagnosis and treatment of Breast Cancer. For more information go to www.rockingtheroadforacure.org
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As many of you may already know, I, along with five author pals, got together this Holiday Season and released a charming, heartwarming Christmas-themed short story collection for a very cool charity called Rocking the Road for a Cure. I had the opportunity to interview Dawn Frey, founder of Rocking the Road for a Cure, and I’m excited to be able to share some very cool info I learned about the charity with you. Please read the interview and see how you can get involved with what this very cool charity is doing. And please… Buy the book! Just 99 cents for the ebook and less than $10 for the paperback!
Happy Holidays, everyone!
Rocking The Road For A Cure is tickled PINK to be selected as the recipient of proceeds from the upcoming release of the women’s holiday short story compilation Merry Chick Lit. Looking for a way to support women with breast cancer?
If you like chick lit or know someone who does, six wonderful authors and some fantastic ‘behind the scenes’ professionals including and editor, a proofreader, a formatter, a digital submission company, a professional copywriter and a book cover designer have all contributed to this wonderful compilation book. The book will only be available as a Kindle version for only $0.99. All proceeds will benefit www.rockingtheroadforacure.org
If you’re interested in pre-ordering a copy (it won’t be available until November), you can do so by Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note in the notes section of the payment that you’re ordering the book.
So, when you settle back and relax to enjoy reading Merry Chick Lit, please know that you have helped us help a breast cancer patient to also settle back and relax… and heal.
Broccoli has been repeatedly shown to be one of nature’s most valuable health-promoting foods, capable of preventing a number of health issues, including but not limited to hypertension, allergies, diabetes, osteoarthritis and cancer.
Recent tests on cells, tissues and mice show that a broccoli compound, sulforaphane, blocks a key destructive enzyme that damages cartilage.
Sulforaphane, a sulfur compound, has also been shown to kill cancer stem cells, thereby slowing tumor growth. It also normalizes DNA methylation, which is important in regulating gene expression.
Specifically, it appears that broccoli contains the necessary ingredients to switch ON genes that prevent cancer development, and switch OFF other ones that help it spread.
Research has shown that fresh broccoli sprouts are FAR more potent, allowing you to eat far less in terms of quantity. Sprouts consistently contain 20 to 50 times the amount of chemoprotective compounds found in mature broccoli heads
Please read full article at http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/09/broccoli-based-medicine.aspx
The counselor you sent evaluated our situation and provided us with the necessary help we needed to care for our daughter and her now 8 month old son. The home aide was wonderful.
— Joseph & Frances Pepe, FL
I am so glad to refer your organization to others. I have to say this particularly: The people who return the calls are so polite and nice. God bless all of them. Thank you.
— Regina Yogarasa, NY
My experience was good. The staff was courteous and kind and their willingness to make me feel better was extraordinary. The housekeeping service was spotless.
— Far Rockaway, NY
The wig you arranged for me to receive during my treatment for breast cancer was very beautiful. I really felt great each time I wore it... A special thank you to your organization.
— Douglaston, NY
Thank you SO very much for reaching out to help me and anticipating what I really needed. Your call took such a weight off of us. And thank you, also, for all of your care with my case.
— Sag Harbor, NY