Cincinnati, OH:

Pink Ribbon Girls strives to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and other women's reproductive cancers bring to individuals and families by providing free direct services, education, and support.

Through their Simply Fight! program, patients with Stage I-III breast or women's reproductive cancer in active treatment receive nutritional meals for the entire household, housecleaning and transportation to treatment so they can Simply Fight. $96 feeds a family of four for one week. $80 provides housecleaning for one week. $1700 provides meals and housecleaning throughout treatment.

Through their No Age, No Stage program, patients with metastatic breast or women's reproductive cancer receive a stipend they can use for any Simply Fight! service on an as-needed basis. $3000 provides a direct service benefit package for a woman with metastatic cancer and her family. 

Please join us in supporting Pink Ribbon Girls by donating directly to the organization and by purchasing macarons from participating Macaron Day Cincinnati locations on March 18.

   


Louisville, KY:

Gilda's Club Louisville strives to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community. 

Gilda's Club Louisville provides a place where children and adults with cancer (and their families and friends) join with others to build social and emotional support as a supplement to medical care. Free of charge and non-profit, Gilda's Club offers support and networking groups, lectures, workshops and social events in a nonresidential, non-medical, home-like setting. Gilda’s Club Louisville serves members from Jefferson, Oldham, Bullitt, Spencer, Shelby, Hardin, and Nelson counties in Kentucky, as well as Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana.

Please join us in supporting Gilda's Club Louisville by donating directly to the organization and by purchasing macarons from participating Macaron Day Louisville locations on March 18. 

   


Toledo, OH:

Women of Toledo is a 501c3 nonprofit organization serving the Greater Toledo community that advocates for diversity. The grassroots educational organization has a very diverse group of women leaders committed to bringing together young girls and women to learn from and about each other. The WOT mission is to educate, engage, and empower local young girls and women to keep moving forward. Since its inception, WOT has provided education, engagement and empowerment to more than 645 women, young women and girls.

Please join us in supporting Women of Toledo by donating directly to the organization and by purchasing macarons from participating Macaron Day Toledo locations on April 22.