ONE PURPOSE.

I am clear beyond a shadow of a doubt that not only have I been called by God to support, encourage and inspire hope to women diagnosed with breast cancer, but my life was saved to be an advocate and a voice for women that look like me.


- REV. TAMMIE DENYSE -

WHO WE ARE

We are actively changing lives of African American women. Learn more about who we are and what we do. You are welcome here. We see you. Let’s do this.

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PROJECT SOAR

Carrie’s TOUCH funded by the California Breast Cancer Research Program in partnership with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to present the community-academic research project, Project SOAR (Speaking Our African American Realities). If you are an African American woman living with a diagnosis of breast cancer, learn more about this study and how you can be a part of it.

SHARON’S STORY

When cancer invaded my breast eighteen years ago, one of my first questions was “Why me God?” I held the belief that breast cancer was hereditary. There was no history of breast cancer in my family so that was my obvious question, why me. After eighteen years I cannot answer that question and I’m not searching for the answer anymore. However I do know that cancer led me on a faith filled journey that changed my life.

LET’S CELEBRATE.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is HERE and we are so excited! Don’t miss a single one of our events, conversations, and our legendary CELEBRATION OF LIFE Tour!

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