Who We Are
Sisters Network® Dallas is a community-based organization made up of African American breast cancer survivors. Founded in June of 2005, we saw an urgent need to unite with other survivors, communities and health care professionals in the fight against breast cancer. The organization’s purpose is to save lives and provide a broader scope of knowledge that addresses the breast cancer survivorship crisis affecting African American women. There are more than 40 affiliate survivor-run chapters nationwide with a total of over 3,000 members.
- In Unity there is STRENGTH
- In Strength there is POWER
- In Power there is CHANGE
Make an Impact
Your support is powerful
You have the opportunity to impact the lives of individuals and families devastated by breast cancer. We’d love to hear from you! Check out the number of ways you can get involved today.
- Become a VolunteerVolunteers are partners that work together to contribute and help improve a project. The right volunteer project can allow you to meet new people and become part of a community.
- Make a DonationWe seek your support to help fund our efforts to improve the statistics for African American women diagnosed with breast cancer. Your financial contribution will enable the delivery of the most effective culturally relevant survivor support and educational programs to women of color in the DFW community.
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