GET PINK'D ONLINE EVENT IS COMING BACK MAY 26 2016 JOIN US


original post 02/21/15- revised 04/07/16

Get Pink'd!



Hey it's your girl JA Nursing here  I wanted to give every one a shout out for particpating in Get Pink'd with me over the last 2 years  Get Pink’d! is back!

BUY A BUTTON AND WEAR PINK ON THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016

Get Pink’d! is a fun way to support the cause
and taking part is easy!


Men join in  too 


Get Pink'd! 
Is annual wear pink day in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. From coast-to-coast, organizations, businesses, schools and community groups come together to raise money for breast cancer research through this fun and easy fundraiser!

For a minimum donation of $5, you will receive a Get Pink’d! button to wear.
You can then show your support by adding a pop of pink to your attire for the day!post it online with the HASHTAG #GETPINKD don't forget to tag me @janursing on any of my social media pages for more info call 416-567-7556  or email janursingservices@gmail.com

In 2015, 256 organizations including JA Nursing We Care Inc.
participated in Get Pink'd!

Join us for this year's campaign on May 26th!

Great news you can now donate securely  through my team portal thank you in advance.    

http://ow.ly/sOe0300EbqQ

When you practice preventive health, you take action, informed by evidence-based knowledge, to improve your chances of good health and better the odds of stopping disease  before it starts.
Knowledge about risk factors can change the way you understand your risk of breast cancer. With that knowledge, there are changes you can make in your everyday life that will help to reduce your risk of breast cancer.


Let's not forget #jugglingforthecure May 27 2016 brought to you by Heavy Metal Family 




FOR OUR ANGELS 
RIP SIS
RIP LINKYLINKS  MOM
RIP TINA SPICE  GOODY 
RIP DJ SWAIN MOTHER 
TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES FROM THE LAST 2 YEARS OF #TEAMJANURSING #GET PINKd











Take a look at last year's  participants  MARCH 13 2014


Hi it's your Girl Ja Nursing, hope all is well. So some great things have happened since I last checked in. 
March 13 2014 was international Get Pink'd day,  I celebrated this day with our Toronto community. Firstly  I want to say thanks you to all that participated in this event  for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This was a fundraiser by which Get Pink'd buttons were sold. Thank you to thoses who purchased. However I didn't want to limit the participation, if a button wasn't purchased so I went to multiple businesses and events to raise awareness with the literature provided and took pictures of individuals that I was able to shed awareness about breast cancer, it's risks and prevention. I as well extended the campaign to our friends on social media by inviting them to wear pink on March 13 2014 and tag me.

original post march 28 2014













I felt the support by our community. It   showed me that participation is seen when a need is established with a cause. We did it! we took the effort  to get involved. Thank You Toronto. It brought tears to my eyes to see the feeds go pink on social media on that day.  Take a look.






Check your Breast!







Some more Pictures 
Until we instarted I didn't realize how many have been effected 💞








The ability to bring awareness to breast Cancer in our urban community was especially a highlight for our  Toronto community. I strived to bring this awareness all over our city and I will continue to bring awareness to topics that plaque us due to lack of knowledge.

I strongly believe knowledge is power.

What we learned is the community is best served with unity. 
Knowledge is best utilized when shared. 

Recap the stats 

PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND BREAST CANCER RISK REDUCTION

Preventive health aims to stop disease before it starts – by making your health and well-being a priority.





It may be useful to bear in mind that breast cancer is a complex disease and risk reduction is not a guarantee against developing breast cancer – but it does offer concrete actions we can take in our lives now to help reduce that risk and lead to improved overall health and well-being.





WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BREAST CANCER

Breast cancer is a complex disease that will affect 1 in 9 Canadian women during their lifetime.
In 2013, it is estimated that 23,800 Canadian women and 200 Canadian men will be diagnosed with breast cancer.










Earlier detection is key to the successful treatment of breast cancer, so it’s important for men to be breast aware and see a health care provider right away  if you see changes near your nipple or changes in your breast. Find out more http://www.cbcf.org/ontario/AboutBreastCancerMain/AboutBreastCancer/Pages/gender_men.aspx

Let's continue to strive for awareness. Thank you again to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation for organizing GET Pink'd
❤️in loving memory of My Sister


Tina Spice


💞All Families going through breast Cancer and of course our Survivors  we love you and Care this was a true testament to community love💞💞









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