21st Annual Breast & Whole Health Awareness Breakfast Forum
Mission: To inform, educate and empower under-served and under-resourced African American women on breast health, breast cancer, and a healthy lifestyle.
The countdown to the celebration of generosity has begun! This years global day of giving is next Tuesday, November 29, 2022.
#GivingTuesday was created in 2012 to dedicate a day that encourages people and organizations around the world to do good. By supporting The Wellness Group this Giving Tuesday you can change the lives of Women and their families.
Donating to The Wellness Group will help us to continue to serve the under-served and under-resourced community in Los Angeles County with the opportunity for a healthier lifestyle.
Every act of generosity counts. Thank you for your support!
***Breast Cancer ranks second among the causes of cancer death among African American women exceeded only by lung cancer according to the California Department of Health Services. Our vision is to reduce the mortality rate among African American women with education on early detection, self-breast awareness, clinical trials, annual clinical breast examination, and mammography.
Understanding there are no know ways to prevent breast cancer, our annual free health forum is necessary. Powerful presentations, a delicious breakfast, showcase exhibitions, and much more. This can only be achieved with your support. Please give $15 or more.
We at the Wellness Group, greatly appreciate your dontion and your sacrifice. Your support helps to further our mission through the annual breast & whole health forum.
Ladies, The Wellness Group applauds you for showing up for yourselves on July 30, 2022, for the Wellness Group's virtual Breast Health Forum
Theme: Black Breast Cancer/When We Trail.
Guest speaker: Ricki Fairley, CEO, and Co-Founder of TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance.
Moderator: Rhonda M. Smith, Executive Director of the California Black Health Network.
Always a free event, we couldn't do it without your support. Show love and click on the link below to donate $15 or more.
We appreciate your generosity.
We did it! “The Wellness Group” can take a deep breath and celebrate all we have accomplished.
See the images above from the 21st Annual Breast & Whole Health Awareness Breakfast Forum held on Saturday, October 29 at the Proud Bird Events Center, Tuskegee Room. Theme: Celebrating Women's Health
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Highlights: Meet & Greet, Breast Cancer/Breast Health, Mental Joy, Enjoy Breakfast, Joyful Music by DJ Kenny D, Mario the Caricature Artist, Photo Opportunity, Exhibitors, Giveaways, Prizes, and Mixer.
Recap - The Wellness Group hosted two events in 2021. On Saturday, May 1, 2021 (Virtual) and Saturday, October 2, 2021 (In-person - Garden event).
The 20th Annual Breast & Whole Health Awareness Forum for Women was held on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at the Historic Wilfandel Clubhouse Garden located in the Historic Adams District.
We are grateful our sponsors, community partners, and supporters for helping to make this event successful and fabulous for the ladies.
It was a day of education, empowerment, joyful music, lunch, photo booth, caricature artist, vendors, giveaways, prizes, celebration and more.
Guest Speakers: Dr. C. Suzanne Cutter, MD - Surgical Oncologist - Founder of CUREtology Jewel Diamond Taylor - Author, Life Coach and Speaker - Founder of Women on the Grow. Moderator: Diana Layne White - Transformational Coach - Founder and CEO, I AM... Tranformation Coaching, and The Wellness Group, Vice-President.
Always a free event, we couldn't do it without your support. Show love, click on the link below to donate $15 or more now.
Thank you in advance.
A special thank you to our Sponsors, Community Partners, and Supporters, because of you we are still here empowering woman.
Prior Breast & Whole Health Forum Presenters: Dr. Rebecca Alleyne, MD; Mrs. Mae L. Blake, First Lady, West Angeles COGIC; Shawn LaRe' Brinkley, MS LMFT; Ms. Charlie Jordan Brookins; Vanessa Bell Calloway; Dr. Suzanne Cutter, MD.; Ricki Fairley; Dr. Dennis Holmes, MD.; Dr. Ronald Hurst, MD.; Eloise Laws; JoMarie Payton; Deborah Smith Pegues; Barbara A. Perkin; Dr. Betty R. Price; Denise Roberts; Dr. Robina Smith, MD.; Jewel Diamond Taylor and Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
Prior Mistress of Ceremonies and Moderators: Kim Anthony, Kimberly Blake Ludlow, Mother Love, Rhonda Smith, Executive Director of California Black Health Network, and Diana Layne White.
Prior Setting the Atmosphere Participants: Dr. Tonya Lewis, Yvonne Johnson-Gibson, and Gwendolyn Scott-Goodwin.
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The Wellness Group host complimentary health events, but we cannot make it happen without your support. Please donate $15 or more now.
20th Annual Breast & Whole Health Forum for Women at the Historic Wilfandel Clubhouse Garden located in the Historic Adams District.
Lady Mae L. Blake
We am very grateful to Vanessa Bell Calloway for inspiring and empowering the ladies at our annual breast & whole health awareness breakfast forum.
Michelle... Thank you for all that you do! You are appreciated year after year. Beverly
The Wellness Group hosted the Annual Breast & Whole Health Forum for Women at West Angeles Church Crystal Room for 9 years until the pandemic. On October 2, 2021 held the health forum at the Historic Wilfandel Clubhouse Garden located in the Historic Adams District. On Saturday, October 29, 2022 held the 21st Annual Breast & Whole Health Awareness Breakfast Forum at The Proud Bird Events Center in Los Angeles
According to the American Cancer Society, Black women have the highest breast cancer mortality rate of any U.S. racial or ethnic group. And in people younger than 45 years old, breast cancer is more common in Black women than white women.
The Wellnss Group encourage you to conisider the factors that influence your mental health, mental joy such as managing stress, to ward off anxiety and depression.
Charlie Jordan Brookins, Author