The United Breast Cancer Foundation was honored on Saturday, March 23rd, by New York State Senator Gustavo Rivera at a Women’s History Month Health Celebration at the Claremont Neighborhood Center in the Bronx.
UBCF was presented with a proclamation from Senator Rivera recognizing them as an organization performing exemplary service on behalf of the community, making a positive difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer, providing grants to communities and individuals to benefit patients and families coping with breast cancer, and supporting efforts to educate on breast health, wellness and cancer awareness. Take a look at pictures from the event.
United Breast Cancer Foundation has co-hosted a round-table on breast cancer with hospitals and health centers in Senate District 33, as well as participated in community events such as “What’s Haunting Your Home and Health,” the ‘Toy Giveaway at Bailey Houses” and “Senator Rivera’s Annual Black History Celebration.”
Senator Rivera recognized UBCF as committed to supporting women, men and children throughout New York State in the fight against breast cancer and proclaimed that they are an organization worthy of our highest respect and esteem.
Executive Director Stephanie Mastroianni, and the UBCF staff are grateful to be recognized for the work they are doing in the community. Stephanie shared, “It is our privilege to contribute to the residents of Senate District 33,as well as the rest of our neighbors in the state of New York.”