Invitation: ZOOM meeting October 23, 2020 7pm

Liebe Mitglieder und Gäste,
Wir laden euch herzlich ein zu unserem Zoom-Treffen, das  Danielle Workman als vorläufigen Ersatz für unsere Treffen im Southfield Marriott organisiert hat.
Die  Teilnahme ist beschränkt auf unsere Mitglieder und Gäste. 
Freitag, 23. Oktober
19 Uhr bis 20:30 Uhr
Meeting Link wird per email verteilt.
Anmeldung nicht nötig!
 54 Blocks that Changed My Life For Good
How I rebuilt my tower and launched a national non-profit to hold up the lives of others
Molly MacDonald

The Pink Fund

Founder, Executive Director & Breast Cancer SurThrivor®

“My cancer diagnosis at age 54 felt like a Jenga game. It was as if another player entered the game and started removing key blocks from the base of my tower making it unstable. Most of the nonprofit players were focused on adding research and treatment blocks to the tower, but I could not find a single one to help me stabilize my tower while undergoing treatment. Other blocks were being pulled out from under me while I was in the battle for my life. Divorce, a job loss leaving me unable to afford the high COBRA health insurance premiums, paying the mortgage and other bills, putting food on the table and raising five children who shared in the fear and instability cancer was causing on my life’s tower. It looked as if my tower was going to topple. Thankfully, I was able to rebuild my own tower and from the struggle of my own experience, launched a national non-profit to help hold up the lives of others while cancer removes foundational blocks from theirs. Whether your Jenga battle is waged against breast cancer, COVID, or other calamity, we all need the support system to help hold us up when life tries to knock us down. Join me for an epic game of Jenga where we’ll talk about building your scaffold before your tower topples.”

-Molly MacDonald
Founder, Executive Director & Breast Cancer SurThrivor®
The Pink Fund

This event will take place on Zoom.

To RSVP for the link – please email email hidden; JavaScript is required.

There is no cost for this event, but we do invite you to visit the website and consider a donation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to help patients during active treatment pay their essential bills.


Here are some tips to help us have a successful Zoom event:
1. If you’ve not previously used Zoom, we recommend you download and create an account before the event and become comfortable with some of the features such as – how to mute/unmute your microphone, review your background or consider using a virtual background.

While Fancy Friday attire is not required, this might be the time to polish off a nice sweater or blouse, do the best you can to tame your COVID hair and find that great shade of lipstick that you used to wear before face masks. 😉 Pour yourself a nice beverage and settle in front of your computer, tablet or smart phone for our event.

Remember, if you have to step away or there’s lots of background noise, please be considerate and mute your line and/or stop video. You may also want to learn how to switch between gallery and speaker view as we will be asking you to switch modes during our presentation.

2. For our conversation to remain pleasant for everyone – please refrain from gossip about others and allow only those who wish to share their feelings or experiences to do so themselves; no politics or slamming our governor, president, etc. however you may share how the policies have impacted your life and family personally.

Be considerate and allow others to share but also maintain the confidences of others…. What happens at GPWA, stays at GPWA. 😉