We don’t just TALK about canceR - we TAKE ON cancer.
We are here to make the burden lighter for you and your entire family.
We ensure No One Travels This Road Alone…™
Pink Ribbon Girls provides Healthy Meals, Housecleaning, Rides to Treatment, and Peer Support to individuals with breast and gynecological cancers free of charge.
Our organization was created by women with breast cancer to support and empower others who are currently in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers. We strive to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and gynecological cancers bring to individuals and families by providing free direct services to those throughout Ohio and in the St. Louis, Missouri area.
Help us lighten the burden for Those fighting breast and gynecological cancers.
PRG serves anyone in the greater Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Ohio, and St. Louis, Missouri areas who is fighting breast or gynecological cancer. There are no income, age, or cancer stage restrictions.
A $96 donation feeds a family of four for one week. Your donation, no matter the amount, will stay in your community to serve your friends and neighbors. Help us make a difference during this challenging time in a client's life.
Our volunteers are the backbone of PRG. As a volunteer, you'll be out in the community being the hands and feet of PRG at our events.
"'A Blessing Indeed!' That is what Pink Ribbon Girls has been to me. A dear friend of mine got me connected to PRG to sign up for the services and I received the meals that were a help and convenience to my family (Husband: Tom and Sons: Nick, 21, Devin 15). The peer support has been so rewarding - I have met some amazing and courageous women and developed some lifetime friendships along the way. From coffee talks, Bunco, KI Kicks Cancer, to Ignite the Fight - there are events all year long to raise money and awareness for breast and reproductive cancers. I’ve been blessed to have opportunities to volunteer with PRG and help others who are on the same journey. It is awesome to see the impact that PRG has in everyday lives and I’m glad to be a part of that! Much love to my PRG Sisters and all Survivors, keep fighting the fight."
- Angie Squires