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All-In for Women with Cancer Community Partners 2023
- Laurel Ace | 4024 MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland CA 94619 | Call or Text: (510) 530-1966
- Antioch Ace | 501 Sunset Drive, Antioch CA 94509 | Call or Text: (925) 757-2500
- Oakley Ace | 3100 Main Street #266, Oakley CA 94561 | Call or Text: (925) 625-2449
- Pittsburg Ace | 125 E. Leland Road, Pittsburg CA 94565 | Call or Text: (925) 432-6089
“The Berkeley Police Association is excited to again be supporting the Women’s Cancer Resource Center in the important work they do”.
The Berkeley Police Association was founded in 1953. Our goal is to partner with the community and provide high quality police service through community interaction and cooperation. We are committed to not only the safety of our citizens and businesses but to also providing charitable contributions to those in our community who need our help.
Berkeley Police Department is taking part in The Pink Patch Project, a national campaign that gets first responder agencies involved in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. WCRC is honored to be included in Berkeley Police Department’s annual campaign. They’ll be selling custom, limited-edition patches (and a brand new pin design!) to spread awareness and raise donations for our suite of programs at WCRC!
You can purchase the enamel pins for $10, commemorative patches for $5 and T-Shirts for $20 (limited quantity available), at the Front Counter of the police department (Monday-Friday, 8 am-2 pm).
The vision for Cooper Cogburn is to have comedy available for all. Cooper Cogburn is dedicated to making people laugh, helping people and giving the underdog a shot. We give “up and coming” comedians a shot at a bigger stage. And we use comedy to build deeper connections with one another.
WCRC is delighted to be the beneficiary of Cooper Cogburn Presents: Stand-Up for the Cure with Emily Van Dyke on Saturday, October 21st at Drop84 in Downtown Berkeley! Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to support local cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers while enjoying a night of gut-busting comedy. Gather your friends and get your tickets here.
Women’s Cancer Resource Center is deeply honored to be the sole beneficiary of Project Loving Life’s 13th Annual Gala and Luncheon. Each year, the community event, fashion show, and fundraiser out does itself in support of our Sister-to-Sister program. Under the leadership of its founder, Miss Bobbie Wakefield, Project Loving Life has raised a total of more than $63,000 for support groups, educational offerings, and community health advocate volunteers supporting the unique needs of African American/Black women facing a cancer diagnosis.
Thank you, Miss Bobbie and Project Loving Life, for your unwavering supporting of WCRC’s Sister to Sister program. Get your tickets here to attend the annual Gala and Luncheon Saturday, October 14th!