Apr 21, 2010

She Colors My Day

What is She Colors My Day?

The She Colors My Day project began when a mother named Annette, dying of breast cancer, created a keepsake for the four daughters she was preparing to leave behind. Annette sent a c.d. of she and her daughters singing to her many friends and family. Unbeknown  to Annette,  her act of love would be the inspiration for her friend, Cristina Carlino, founder of Project Miracle and former CEO of philosophy, to ignite the She Colors My Day movement – a celebration of the never-ending bonds of mothers and daughters.
The now worldwide She Colors My Day movement embarks upon a global journey to create for a cure. Inspired by a mother’s infinite love, this ever widening circle of caring will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s /Women’s Cancer Research Group bio marker project.
She Colors My Day is Project Miracle #2; Project Miracle is a social entrepreneurial busines model designed
to produce marketing platforms and goods for consumer brands that donate 100% of their net proceeds to
the non profits they serve. Our mission is to bring a new day to those in need. As Project Miracle #2, She Colors My Day hopes to continually support mothers and daughters and creating for a cure.
The She Colors My Day team would like to thank each and every one of you for being a part of this miracle. You can help support these efforts by sharing ourpink crayon on Facebook.  The She Colors My Day pink crayon is a Facebook application created to be shared with those we love. The pink crayon can be virtually passed around on Facebook so we can all help to create for a cure. We hope you will take a moment to come color with us or to share in the gift of music with the ‘She Colors My Day‘ song, recorded by multi-grammy award winner, Amy Grant.
It is our goal to foster a safe and positive environment through this blog where mothers and daughters can come together, share their experiences, and support each other. We would like to urge you to chime in, tell your story, and offer support or inspiration. You never know whose day you might color!
(from shecolorsmyday.com blog)

If you haven't heard my story, I lost my mom (pictured here with my boys) 6 months ago today after a very long, courageous battle with breast cancer.  It is my longing to continue to do all that I can to spread the word to help find a cure so that no one will have to suffer like that anymore.


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