365 CAMPAIGN

Did you know that on average, every single day, a Wyoming woman or man receives a breast cancer diagnosis?  Wyoming, we can do better.  We are seeking 365 new donors to commit to a donation of $1 a day for 365 days in order to maintain WBCI’s current state of growth and continue saving the lives of Wyoming men and women.  This will allow us to change the future for Wyoming women, men, and their families through WBCI community grants and vouchers.

Would you prefer to write a check instead of using or online donation system?  No problem, we will send you an invoice either by email or mail.  Please click the link below to inquiry about an invoice.

We need your help to spread the word about our 365 campaign.  Please feel free to share this 365 Half Page Handout. We also have our statewide press release to help explain the campaign and the need across Wyoming for breast health programs.

Will you be 1 of the WBCI 365?  Help us light up all 365 ribbons to make an impact across Wyoming. 

WBCI’s 365 Donors

Anonymous
Billy & Margaret Balthrop
Bobbie Barrasso
Trish Becklinger
Lesley Boughton- In Memory of Marjorie Dearden
Mr. & Mrs. Sean & Cara Chambers- In Memory of Tasha Jones (Miss you 365 days a year my friend)
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Curl
Janet Farrar- In Celebration of Kathy and Cindy Farless
Laurie Heath- In honor of my mom, Margaret Balthrop
Mrs. Cathy Holman with PrairieWifeInHeels.com
Kay & Neil Emmons
Nancy Knaub- In honor of those that have lost their battle with breast cancer and in celebration of those that continue to fight
Keren Meister-Emerich
Kelly Miner- in memory of Diana Jewel
Pam Myrum- In Honor of Trish Becklinger
Cara Nett
Lucie Osborn- In Memory of Sandra Donovan, colleague and friend
Angie Parks- In Memory of Carisa Thomas
Barb Redder
Rosalind Schliske
Lori Schoene
Heather Schutz with The Three Pines Companies
Erin Taylor with Taylor Strategies & Consulting
Susan Thomas
Mrs. Kelly Willmarth- In Memory of Becky Elam

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