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What We Do

We Provide Amazing Services & Resources To Our Fighters

Cleaning Services

Fighting breast cancer is a pretty hard job, but living with breast cancer is even more of a difficult job! The affects of treatment can in most cases take a toll on your body, which also can be very draining. This is just another way that Operation Pink is here to help you. Operation Pink offers free one time professional housecleaning services to improve and assist in the lives of women undergoing treatment for cancer.

Everyday Necessities

Going to treatment often times can put a strain on your finances. This strain can also affect your ability to keep gas in your car, food in your refrigerator, and/or take care of some essential responsibilities. Operation Pink is here to help you with that too! Click on the button below to find out how you can receive financial assistance for these necessities.

Household Essentials

Being in active treatment for breast cancer can really take a toll on your home life and everyday responsibilities. Because we know first hand about how this journey can affect your ability to obtain the things that you need, Operation Pink provides a service that will provide household goods and services to you. We are here to help alleviate some of those everyday stresses so that you can focus on getter stronger and better.

Breast Cancer Infographics

Helpful Information During This Journey

5 Oral Health Tips During Treatment

1.3 Million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer EVERY YEAR! These 5 oral tips may not be a cure, but they are definitely helpful.

The Five Minute Fondle

Over the course of a year, the average person will spend 55 hours drinking tea, 55 hours talking about the weather and a shocking 557 hours being hungover! If you knew that it could take just one hour a year to do something that might save your life, would you do it?

Self Breast Exam

The Operation Pink Team wanted to share Woman’s Hospital’s infographic on how to perform a breast self-examination. Monthly breast self-examinations help you become familiar with your breasts, so you can notice changes if they occur.

Breast Cancer By The Numbers

The more research you do, the better your treatment, survival, and most importantly your peace of mind. The more you know about your enemy, the stronger your fight!

For months, I was coming home from treatment just extremely exhausted! My house was a mess, my kids were hungry, and my husband was working most of the time. I thank God for Operation Pink bringing hope and order back into my home. If it wasn't for them stepping in and helping me I don't know where my family would be.

Terri Brooks

When I was first diagnosed, I thought it was the end of the world. I was a single mother and self-employed. I was not sure how I was going to make ends meet, but I am so happy that I was introduced to Operation Pink. They were so helpful and understanding to my needs! Such a blessing!

Tiffany Smith

Our Latest Blog Post

Gaining knowledge and information about your condition is an important component to your healing

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Program Qualifications

Must be in active treatment

The Applicant must be in active treatment for breast cancer.

Active treatments include

Chemotherapy, Radiation, Lumpectomy, Mastectomy

Mastectomy Criteria

Must have had or will have a mastectomy within 30 days


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