WE SALUTE YOU!
Our mission is to help break down existing barriers to improve equal access to cancer care, emphasizing on public outreach, education, and advocacy, as well as, providing financial assistance to vital medical services for screening and follow-up care.
For over a decade our CEO Rena Day has devoted her energy to passionately advocate for cancer patients. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
"Cancer affects all of us, whether you're a daughter, mother, sister, friend, coworker, doctor or patient." - Jennifer Aniston
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Our programs offer ongoing educational, preventative services and financial support to diverse communities, ethnic groups, uninsured, underinsured and those that are underserved.
Check out our CEO interview with a Breast Cancer Survivor!!
We have adopted the philosophy "We will offer the highest professional support services to all individuals efficiently, effectively and compassionately."
I don't know what we would have done without the help of Salute the Ribbon and this amazingly hard working women (Rena Day)!!!
"This journey has given me an opportunity to meet diverse people and develop relationships on personal levels. I will create a personable experience with each person that seeks assistance. It is my hope that through this journey people with cancer will restore faith, courage and strength. Please remember you are not alone in this fight!! Fighters never QUIT they WIN."
Salute the Ribbon was founded in 2014 by Rena Day after a decade of struggling to find programs with a seamless process in place for uninsured and underinsured individuals who desperately needed medical services in a timely manner.
STR understands that many Americans will have access to health insurance whether private, state or federal. However, some uninsured and underinsured individuals will be faced with the challenges of living without the proper medical care. Our hope in action is to implement innovative programs to improve access to cancer care and preventative services in a timely manner.
Did you know according to the American Cancer Society, Cancer Prevention and Early Detection 2015 Facts & Figures indicates that the following groups are not getting screened for breast cancer.
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Local Organization, FIU Assist in Breast Cancer Detection..
NBC 6's Erika Glover reports on how one organization, Salute the Ribbon, is working to help women throughout South Florida receive breast cancer exams, and how Florida International University is doing its part. (Published Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017)
Nowadays, most of us don’t have to worry about courage. Every day we deal with obstacles with the ability to manage, but living with cancer is an act of courage which motivates you to fight and go on. You will gain strength, hope, and confidence while fighting the war against cancer.
October is Breast CancerAwareness Month!
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Keeping up with our CEO!
Breast Cancer Survivor (R) Salute the Ribbon's Founder (L) at the Paint the City Pink Breast Cancer Walk 2016. Miami, Gardens, Florida
WE HONOR YOUR COURAGE!