Days until The Runway Show in Boston
Jenna Auber, Survivor since 2013 I walk the Runway for three reasons: to honor the lives and memories of courageous loved ones we’ve lost, to celebrate the beauty and strength of fellow survivors, and to support the families who are currently battling the devastating blow of a cancer diagnosis. When I was making my way through treatment and “putting one foot in front of the other”, every ounce of energy I had went into healing my mind, body and soul and keeping everything as normal as possible for my precious little boys (then 2&4). Financial responsibilities, though ever-present, took a…Read More »
Emily Cohen, walking in memory of mother, Linda Cohen (2003), her cousin, Linda Wolfenden (2010), and her Aunt, Barbara Wolfenden, a Survivor since 2004 “I have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the Runway family. Even attending as a guest, I am always amazed and inspired by the incredible women and families that take part. I have been able to walk in the show with my aunt who is a breast cancer survivor and am excited to do so again in the 10-year anniversary show. We walk not only to celebrate her, but also my mother (my aunt’s sister) and my…Read More »
Anne Bunn, Survivor since 2011 “R4R celebrates and honors families that have been impacted by cancer. R4R takes an ugly topic, one that we often try to bury and forget, and shows the bright side. Through the event, our family is reminded that cancer is just part of our story, something we went through but that does not define who we are. My kids see that we’re not in this alone. It is such a treasured night for our family.”Read More »
Kim Bramante, Survivor since 1996 Walking with daughters Vanessa Bramante, Stephanie Bramante, and Kristina Bramante. So far Kristina has had genetic testing. She tested positive and had a double mastectomy in January 2016. My other two girls will also be tested. I have 2 sisters: Nancy Fullerton 20-year survivor. We were both diagnosed the same year. My other sister, Kathy Audette, sadly passed away in 2005. She battled breast and ovarian cancer.Read More »
Rachael Asselin, walking in memory of her mother, Rylin Ann Malone (1993) I am overjoyed to be part of the Runway community and to be part of the 10th anniversary of something so special. I’m walking because we have all been touched by incredible women in our lives. Women who have given us strength we didn’t know we had, showed us the way when we couldn’t see, and taught us what it means to love unconditionally. My mother was one of these incredible women. She inspired everyone she met to believe they could be more. She challenged us to live every moment…Read More »
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