Three Girls Society: Leaving a Legacy - Breast Cancer Alliance

Three Girls Society: Leaving a Legacy

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Each of us considers the legacy we will leave to our families, loved ones and institutions we value.

Breast Cancer Alliance has formed the Three Girls Society as a way of recognizing and honoring those who are including BCA in their estate plans.

Our logo symbolizes the way friends, family and community come together and support one another.  Named in the spirit of our logo, the Three Girls Society highlights the generosity of individuals who have pledged to support our future by naming Breast Cancer Alliance in their will or trust, or designating Breast Cancer Alliance as beneficiary of an investment account or insurance policy.  Anyone can become a member of the Three Girls Society, regardless of the amount committed. This society will help BCA continue its mission to support underserved women, provide fellowships for future breast surgeons, and fund innovative research in the field of breast cancer until we reach our ultimate goal: finding a cure.

If you would like more information on becoming a founding member of the Three Girls Society by making a lasting gift to support the work of Breast Cancer Alliance, or if you have already designated Breast Cancer Alliance as a beneficiary, please contact our office at info@breastcanceralliance.org.

Three Girls Society Members (list in formation):

Deborah Black

Susan Bevan and Tony Daddino
Lucy and Nat Day
Isaac and Andrew Mitchell-Namdar
Sharon Phillips
Patricia Shannon
Loren and Jeffrey Taufield
Jieun and David Wax