Recently Window Genie sponsored Pink Ribbon Good’s annual event, IGNITE THE FIGHT.
IT WAS SO MUCH FUN!
With a number of other community sponsors, local supporters, and PRG members, we gathered at the American Sign Museum on the west side of Cincinnati for a night of celebration with the Pink Ribbon Good. Pink Ribbon Good is Window Genie Corporate’s favorite local organization to support. Their mission is “to provide personalized support to young women throughout all phases of the breast cancer journey. We accomplish this through education, outreach, awareness, and one-on-one support to women and their families.”
Pink Ribbon Good offers transportation to treatment, house cleaning services, meal delivery services, child care as well as organizing various educational and support group efforts in the community. Window Genie admires their dedication to every single day in the life of a woman and her family as they battle breast cancer. We all know how important research and treatment is, but Pink Ribbon Good focuses on quality of life, reducing stress and allows women and their families to focus on just getting better. Through their various programs such as “No Age No Stage” and “Simply Fight,” PRG was able to provide 10,250 meals, 2,200 house cleanings and 210 rides to treatment in 2013 in Cincinnati and Datyon.
Not only is The American Sign Museum a ridiculously fun venue to hold an event, the food was OUT OF THIS WORLD. Food was provided by PRG’s very own chef Matt Hayden who provides nutrient dense meals for women to help their bodies maintain maximum strength and health while undergoing treatment.The bar at the event offered pink beer and pink “tata-tinis” that weren’t bad either! Oh and the entrance to The American Sign Museum has a GIANT GENIE!
We had a blast, we ate, we danced and most importantly got to hear stories from survivors and families who’ve lost a mother, daughter, wife, sister or friend. More than ever we’re motivated to support Pink Ribbon Good and all they do to enhance quality of life during an immensely difficult time for women and their families in Cincinnati and Dayton.