VBCF Partners with The Innerwork Center for a Mindful Webinar Just in Time for the Holidays

VBCF Hosts Free Webinar: Introduction to Mindfulness

RICHMOND, VA - The Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation continues to host a series of free webinars aimed at topics of interest for breast cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers. Cancer doesn’t stop during a pandemic and cancer education and screenings shouldn’t stop either. VBCF is continuing its mission to educate, advocate, and eradicate breast cancer through these discussions for our community. The holiday season can bring a heaping helping of stress along with joy, and this year that stress is likely to double and we might need some help to find the joy. Join the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation and Ann Chamberlain from The Innerwork Center as we get an introduction to mindfulness and, just maybe, some tools to help us regain some sense of control after this challenging year. 

Experts and women facing these issues are available for interviews leading up to the event. 

Please add this event to your community calendars: 

Webinar will be held live on Thursday, November 19 at 4 pm, with a recording of the session to follow. Learn more and register online at https://www.vbcf.org/webinars/.

To book virtual interviews with experts and/or patients and survivors familiar with this topic, contact Katy Sawyer at 800-345-8223 x. 201 or katy@vbcf.org

The Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation (VBCF) was founded in 1991 by five women – Phoebe Antrim, Judi Ellis, Patti Goodall, Mary Jo Kahn, and Sherry Kohlenberg – who met in an MCV support group. They were angered by the lack of progress in breast cancer treatment and inspired by a growing network of grassroots advocates across the country. VBCF, established as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in October 1992, is headquartered in Richmond, VA. 

VBCF exists thanks to our many generous individual donors and volunteers. Our goals are to establish the end of breast cancer as a state and national priority, to advocate for the collective needs of people affected by breast cancer, and to educate all Virginians on the facts about breast cancer.