Andrea Eliscu is a loving grandmother and successful businesswoman who volunteers her time, talents, and heart to make her community a better place. Now she’s been nominated for the prestigious L’Oreal Women of Worth National Award.
How long does it take to turn a good idea into a great program? Not long when great people combine forces with great organizations. What began as a weekend event for a few cancer survivors is now a year-round wellness program for an entire community.
Women Playing For T.I.M.E. is more than a fundraising group — it’s an organization that changes lives and saves lives. See for yourself just how special this organization is.
Picture it — 20 women, all breast cancer survivors, in a single dragon boat paddling as one. It’s a statement about the power of faith and friendship. It’s the art of Growing Bolder. It’s one heck of good time.
Just when you think Women Playing For T.I.M.E. couldn’t possibly make their life-saving tournaments any more fun, one of the greatest golfers ever shows up. Don’t call her the Tiger Woods of women’s golf. He’s the Annika Sorenstam of men’s golf.
You’ve heard of the battle against breast cancer — but how about the paddle? One of the fastest-growing team sports is bringing survivors and supporters together: dragon boat racing.
They reach out to others about breast cancer, and they’ve also raised millions for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando. Find out what makes this event so unique and see how much fun making a difference can be.
Women Playing For T.I.M.E. is one of the world’s great grass roots organizations. The members’ mission is to help M. D. Anderson Cancer Orlando defeat cancers that affect women. And now, one of the last great barriers in sports has been broken.
Many of the top masters rowing teams in the Southeast were competing. So why was one boat filled with complete novices, rowing newbies, and breast cancer survivors?
Filled with grief but driven by a desire to honor her mother, Victoria Petrucelly and her best friend turned a lemonade stand into a life lesson for us all.