Welcome to SISTA Survivor, a Breast Cancer Support Group created to educate and encourage African American women to have those crucial conversations about cancer.
Sisters Inspiring Sisters To Annihilate their fears about Breast Cancer.
To support & offer encouragement to those African American Women who have been diagnosed with & those who have survived Breast Cancer.
To offer support to African American women by showing a cultural understanding as well as supplying up to date resources through the diagnosis, treatment, recovery & remission of Breast Cancer.
Our Focused Group
African American women who have been touched by Breast Cancer. Our goal is to match newly diagnosed African American Women with other previously diagnosed African American women who essentially has been diagnosed with like or similar breast cancer; like or similar treatment and like or similar age of diagnosis. We offer various support opportunities through weekly live broadcast on social media outlets such as Facebook Live, Instagram and YouTube.
A specially designed sack filled with various items donated by various sources such as information on Genetic testing, chemo hats and much more.
Monetary assistance to those in need of extra support associated with the treatment of Breast Cancer.
I am My Sista's Keeper
In effort to help each other through the treatment of Breast Cancer, SISTA Survivor will pair you up with someone who has a like or similar diagnosis as you with the mission of giving advice on how to tackle the various phases of treatment based on what may or may not have worked for you. It is the goal of I Am My Sister's Keeper to find someone in your local area or state to have those conversations with, in order to annihilate many of the fears associated with treatment.
Help Assist by Donating
Your contributions to SISTA Survivor goes directly to assisting those who are fighting Breast Cancer by helping with mammograms, copays and other financial obligations associated with the fight.
SISTA Survivor also accepts donations from other organizations such as donated chemotherapy hats that will be include in the Survivors Sack.
SISTA Survivor is a nonprofit organization established under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), which means that donations are eligible for the charitable income tax deduction. Consult your tax advisor for the deductibility of your donation.