Turn the Town Pink 2013

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Vera Bradley employees, Emily and Renee, help Turn the Town Pink.

Last Friday, our city slowly but surely turned a hopeful shade of pink, as more than 11,000 ribbons were tied to businesses, homes and government buildings around Fort Wayne, Indiana. For 15 years these rosy ribbons have been a symbol of The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer’s commitment to breast cancer research and finding a cure, each carrying the name of a survivor or someone who battled the disease.

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Executive Director of the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, Catherine Hill, is ready with ribbons.

Turn the Town Pink 2013
Turn the Town Pink 2013

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Vera Bradley team members, Jessica, Tammy and Debbie join Catherine in downtown Fort Wayne.

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Anna DuCharme, a breast cancer survivor, received support from her daughters Rachel, Taya and Emily, as she spoke to the volunteers.

Turn the Town Pink

Catherine Hill was joined by Duputy Mayor Mark Becker, speaker Anna DuCharme and the CEO of Lutheran Hospital, Brian Bauer.

Turn the Town Pink 2013

Visit verabradley.org to learn about supporting our efforts with a donation of as little as $5, or celebrating the life of a loved one on our pink ribbon pathways.

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3 Responses to Turn the Town Pink 2013

  1. Judy Hines says:

    I am not a breast cancer survivor. I am someone who once had breast cancer, the same as I once had measles. My breast cancer is gone (5yrs) and I refuse to define myself by my disease.

  2. Nancy Howard says:

    I am a breast cancer survivor – now for 6 years. I let people know because it gives them hope that it’s possible to overcome cancer. Thank you all at Vera Bradley for the work you do to collect money for research. 🙂

  3. Vivian Clark says:

    Easter Monday 2013, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I have been blessed with more family and friend’s love and support than I could ever imagined. When I see people show support as y’all have, it blesses my heart and encourages me so. I have a ways to go, but thank you for your support.

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