The Miss Pink Organization is the parent organization to the Miss Pink Pageant.
Compete for a cause. Fight for a cure.
Miss Pink Pageant is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that started in 2010 as an annual benefit event that celebrates the life of breast cancer survivors and the true beauty, courage and hope that they each possess. It has grown to serve as a community for breast cancer survivors and their families to come together in support. The Pageant event itself has now become our signature event of the year. But it has led us to realize the need for us to build our organization in effort to continuously support our breast cancer patients and survivors and all those at risk, year round.
While we have grown tremendously since our inception, we at Miss Pink, strive to play a larger role in the North Shore and Greater Boston Area as well as throughout New England. Our goal is to provide emotional and financial support to women and their families struggling to fight this disease. We wish to increase education, aid in prevention, help fund basic medical needs and rejuvenate and celebrate the women who deserve to know how beautiful they truly are.
- Educating the community by teaching about early detection and encouraging regular breast exams
- Supporting families by providing funds to cover costs of medical bills and basic necessities during times of treatment
- Furthering research by partnering with medical organizations who are making strides in finding a cure for breast cancer
- Fostering health habits by offering fitness events, healthy living tips and wellness care
Miss Pink Robe Program
The Miss Pink Organization is proud to announce a new initiative as part of our community outreach.
Miss Pink Robe Program:
The robe program connects with patients recently diagnosed with breast cancer and have begun treatment. Often times we find that many women feel cold, alone and helpless when they begin chemotherapy or radiation. The Miss Pink Robe program partners with hospitals to provide recently diagnosed pink warriors with a cozy robe that is exclusive to the Miss Pink Organization.
These soft robes will keep the patients warm during chemo and will be a nice cover-up apart from the usual Johnnies that are worn for treatment. Not only is it nicer to wear, but the warm robe is like a hug given to the patient during the tough time of treatment; it signifies the courage that all patients have when fighting against cancer. It is a constant reminder from Miss Pink of the comfort that they can provide them. Whether the patient has a vast amount of support or none at all, Miss Pink strives to support everyone where they need it. Miss Pink looks to expand the efforts of the robe program into more hospitals around New England. This will spread the mission of Miss Pink and allow them to have a greater outreach to patients across many states.