Paint Georgia Pink was founded in 2010 by tireless breast cancer advocate Randi Passoff. In September 2010, Randi lost her battle with the disease. Knowing breast cancer never sleeps, the Passoff Family reached out to Susan Oates, longtime volunteer in Randi’s many breast cancer ventures to take over the helm of Paint Georgia Pink.
Paint Georgia Pink’s purpose is to help bring resources to Georgia’s under-served and/or under-insured fighting breast cancer. Over the years, it has been discovered too many people have fallen through the cracks because they didn’t know about services and support that was available, or they just couldn’t afford it. Paint Georgia Pink will be partnering with Emory University Hospital and Grady Memorial Hospital to assist in finding qualified candidates fighting this vicious disease.
Following Randi’s lead, Paint Georgia Pink will bring the Atlanta community together through many events, including, the Randi Passoff Memorial Walk for Breast Cancer on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at LifeSouth Community Blood Center in Dunwoody, cocktail parties, athletic events and much more.
Paint Georgia Pink is the 501c3 breast cancer organization founded by Randi Passoff. Since diagnosed in 1995, she wanted to help those without the resources to fight this disease. Randi built a very strong presence in Atlanta and the Southeast’s breast cancer community and Paint Georgia Pink and Randi’s Army The War on Breast Cancer is committed to see her legacy fulfilled.
Listen to Randi’s daughter, Stephanie on The Bert Show….[audio:http://thebertshow.com/live/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/050211-0940-Stephanie-Passoff-Breast-Cancer-Awareness.mp3|titles=Stephanie Passoff – Paint Georgia Pink]