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Convoy of Hope staff with NBCF founder Janelle Hail and her husband Neal. Convoy of Hope staff with NBCF founder Janelle Hail and her husband Neal.

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Convoy of Hope is partnering with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) once again. Recently, NBCF founder and breast cancer survivor Janelle Hail  visited Convoy of Hope’s headquarters in Springfield, Mo. Convoy of Hope staff celebrated the partnership by wearing pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and attending informative sessions on breast cancer education.

“The NBCF has served more than 3,000 women at community events across the country this year,” says Ron Showers, senior director of community development. “Women who couldn’t normally afford a doctor visit have been given the opportunity for a health assessment that could save their lives. We’re honored to partner with the NBCF and were more than thrilled to welcome Janelle and Neal to Convoy of Hope.”

The NBCF has provided free life-saving resources and health screenings to women at eight Convoy of Hope Signature Community Events in 2014 and will serve even more later this year.

Recognized as one of the leading breast cancer organizations in the world, NBCF’s mission is to save lives through early detection and to provide mammograms for those in need.  A recipient of Charity Navigator’s highest 4-star rating for nine years, NBCF provides women Help for Today.Hope for Tomorrow® through its National Mammography Program, Beyond The Shock®, Early Detection Plan, MyNBCF online support community, and breast cancer research programs. For more information, please visit www.nbcf.org.

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The National Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1991 by breast cancer survivor, Janelle Hail. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1980 at the age of 34. After her treatment, Janelle made a commitment to help women around the world by educating them about breast cancer and the importance of early detection.

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