ASG offers a full range of financial services, including Architecture and Design, Construction, Custom Millwork and Furniture, and a full range of Banking and Security Equipment.Pink Ribbon Girls and ASG are asking banks, credit unions and pharmacies to purchase a special edition pink pneumatic tube carrier, emblazoned with the Pink Ribbon Girls logo. These carriers can be ordered through the Pink Ribbon Girls website (need a link to order form that can be filled out online - order form sent to you separately). You can also order your other colored carriers with the Pink Ribbon Girls logo.
The Family Wiffleball Event has been a fun and successful fund raiser for Pink Ribbon Girls since 2005.It is a great place to bring the whole family together for a great cause! In the last six years, the event has raised over $100,000 for young breast cancer survivors. Your sponsorship dollars will allow Pink Ribbon Girls to continue its mission of helping to support and assist young women. Thank you in advance for your support
Meet us at Kuliga Park at 6717 Bridgetown Road in Cincinnati Saturday September 21st from 4 - 11 p.m. for some Family Wiffleball. Registration is $50 per family. During your downtime from the wiffleball tournament, enjoy the musical stylings of the Sullivan Janszen Band, basket raffles, split the pot, silent auction, food booths and a Home Run Derby. A big screen TV will also be on site so you don't miss any of your favorite college football games.
If wiffleball isn't your thing, feel free to come for the evening and enjoy all the fun activities for you family.
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Click here to download Sponsorship Opportunities PDF
By providing assistance with needs such as meals and housekeeping during breast cancer treatment, Pink Ribbon Girls hopes to help lighten your load while you Simply Fight!
Program recipient, Eugenia, explains what the Simply Fight! services mean to her.
I am so grateful to know that such a great resource is available to my family here in Dayton. (Joining Pink Ribbon Girls) was my first small step forward to try to locate a peer group and begin processing all that had transpired during my journey with stage four breast cancer.
I was diagnosed four days after giving birth to my son Azariyah. At that time, my daughters Kortney and Aliyah were 12 and 1. Imagine the turmoil in our home! I spent a lot of time trying to keep things together for everyone and I have to admit (ironically) that my treatment time was the only time that I had to be still, rest, and focus on me. I only made it through with the help of God. I was tremendously blessed throughout!
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