Sponsors and Funding Agencies
The following families and organizations generously sponsor our program. We are grateful for their unwavering support and dedication to young survivors. Please join us in acknowledging their enthusiasm and kindness.
Sponsors and Private Donations
The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Celebrate Fitness is a 90-minute fitness workshop held on the Washington University campus. Proceeds support our ongoing efforts to improve medical outcomes for young women with breast cancer. This event is held annually in March. Visit www.celebrate-events.org for more information.
Celebrate Spot: A Walk for Dogs and Their People
Celebrate Spot is a one-mile fun walk or a 5K walk in beautiful Forest Park. Proceeds benefit the Young Women's Breast Cancer Program (YWBCP). The event is held in October each year. Visit www.celebrate-events.org for more information.
Celebrate Tennis is a 50-person round-robin tournament held at the Chesterfield Athletic Club. Proceeds benefit the YWBCP. The 2012 event will be held on Oct. 17. Visit www.celebrate-events.org for more information.
Employees Community Fund, Boeing Company of St. Louis
The Employees Community Fund of the Boeing Company is a unique employee-owned and -directed giving program that allows employees to support the needs of their local communities via tax-deductible recurring payroll deductions or one-time gifts.
Family and Friends of Martha Conradi
Marthapalooza was a memorial fundraising event held in 2010 to honor and celebrate Martha Conradi. Before Conradi passed away, she asked her family and friends to throw an entertaining party to support breast cancer research. Four hundred friends and family members joined together to celebrate Conradi's life and make a difference in the lives of young survivors.
Highland Moose Lodge
Just Dancing Studio
Suzy and David Nyemchek, renowned dancers and owners of Just Dancing Studio, have generously donated proceeds from the St. Louis Star Ball to the Young Women's Breast Cancer Program. The ball is a competitive dance competition featuring some of the nation's best ballroom dancers.
Mervyn and Ruth Golder Philanthropic Fund
Philip Johnson Salon and Spa
Each year the Philip Johnson Salon hosts the annual Pink Party, a hair and fashion show highlighting seven talented stylists from the salon in conjunction with local clothing boutiques and fashion design schools. The event benefits the YWBCP.
St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer
The St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer is a nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is raising funds for cancer research, prevention and care. Funds are channeled through various organizations and earmarked for specific programs in the St. Louis community.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded funding to seven organizations, including the YWBCP, to develop support, education and awareness programs for young breast cancer survivors.
National Cancer Institute