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Worship In Pink
Worship in Pink (WIP) is a great opportunity for congregations of all faiths to spread the life-saving message of early detection and breast cancer risk reduction, honor and celebrate their communities’ survivors, and link individuals to breast health/breast cancer resources.
Interested organizations will choose a representative to serve as the WIP Coordinator. The Coordinator will register (below) with Susan G. Komen Northwest Ohio to receive the WIP Coordinator packet and view a brief video about Worship in Pink.
Once the WIP Coordinator has registered and the WIP event date/time has been secured, interested organizations need to register their WIP event (below) in order to receive the WIP toolkit.
The WIP toolkit contains the following materials:
- Breast Health/Breast Cancer Services Brochure
- Breast Health Basics
- Breast Self Awareness Cards
- Donation envelopes
- Komen Northwest Ohio Brochure/Newsletter
- Mammogram Cards
- Men Can get Breast Cancer
- Race for the Cure information/registration forms
- Young Women’s Information
Please register your event at least two weeks prior to the event date.
Step 1: Register as a Worship in Pink Coordinator
Your organization will need to identify a WIP Coordinator that will receive the WIP Coordinator packet. To register as a WIP Coordinator, please complete the registration form in the link below.
Step 2: Register your Worship in Pink event:
Once your WIP Coordinator has reviewed the WIP Coordinator packet and your organization is ready to host your WIP event, please complete the registration form in the link below. Once your event is registered, your WIP event toolkit will be available for pick-up at the Komen Northwest Ohio office (unless other accommodations are made). Please register your event at least two weeks prior to the event date.
For more information about Worship in Pink: If you have any questions, contact our Minority Breast Health Coordinator, Amber Currie, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-724-2873.