October paints the town in different shades of autumn, but at HAPBWA Foundation, it's all about pink!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the HAPBWA Foundation is trading in its traditional teal tones for vibrant shades of pink. It's more than just a color swap - it's a symbol of our unyielding support and solidarity with countless women who bravely face breast cancer every day.
While we cherish our teal moments, this change represents our commitment to raising awareness, supporting survivors, honoring the taken, and never giving up hope. Every moment wrapped in pink this month is a reminder of the battles fought, the victories celebrated, and the importance of early detection.
Join us this October. Whether it's by wearing pink, sharing stories, or simply reflecting in honor of a loved one, let's come together and make a difference.
Here's to strength, resilience, and a world free from breast cancer! 🎗💗
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HAPBWA Foundation Trades Teal for Pink in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Orlando, FL - This October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the HAPBWA Foundation is proudly trading in its traditional teal tones for a vivid shade of pink. This significant color transition isn’t just a visual statement. It symbolizes the organization’s deep-rooted commitment to raising awareness about breast cancer, supporting survivors, honoring those we've lost, and emphasizing the importance of early detection.
The HAPBWA Foundation, a recognized 501c3 non-profit organization, has been diligently serving Hispanic American professionals and businesswomen since its inception in 2010. The foundation's mission has always been clear: to promote leadership skills, personal growth, and professional development, especially among youth, women, and marginalized communities.
"October paints the town with various shades of fall, but for us at HAPBWA Foundation, it's all about pink," said President Deisamar De Soto. "Every pink hue we embrace this month serves as a poignant reminder of the battles fought, the stories of resilience, and the collective dream of a world without breast cancer."
The HAPBWA Foundation invites the community to join them in their October endeavors. Whether it's wearing pink, sharing stories, or supporting local breast cancer initiatives, collective efforts can make a significant impact.
About HAPBWA Foundation: Founded in 2010, the HAPBWA Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving Hispanic American professionals and businesswomen. Through various programs and initiatives, the foundation seeks to encourage and support the advancement of youth, women, and marginalized communities by fostering leadership skills, personal growth, and professional development.