African American Breast Cancer - awareness, education, research & support
3 Steps to Early Detection
*Mammogram may be needed earlier if there is a family history of breast cancer.
I was recently approached by a woman at an event that said, “so many organizations only focus on raising awareness about breast cancer, but what do they offer to those that have actually been diagnosed with breast cancer?” Wow, what an opportunity to talk about what WE do! You see, Carrie’s TOUCH is so much more…. Yes, we are a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit breast cancer organization. Yes, we are committed to doing our part in eradicating breast cancer, and yes, we also support those that have been impacted by the dreaded disease! We even do our part with regard to research! We serve the community through raising awareness, providing education, conducting research while offering support to survivors/thrivers/warriors AND their families. We are a rapidly growing organization that has been recognized for our outreach efforts locally, nationally and abroad. We fill a gap. We meet a need. We’re on the move and we are the difference. We are…Carrie’s TOUCH!
Reverend Tammie Denyse, M.Div.
Founder and President
American Cancer Society
Susan G. Komen Foundation Sacramento Affiliate
Robert's Family Development Center
Sacramento Community Cancer Coalition
Creating Healthier Communities Diversity Coalition
St. Joseph's Mobile Mammography
Exquisite U Hair Salon
Angela Medlin of North Face
Master Cuts Barber and Beauty Salon
EVOLVE the Gallery
East Oakland Boxing Association
Sutter Cancer Center
Sam Pannell Community Center
Photography by A~Love
Driving Out Breast Cancer