Schools think pink for Sharsheret’s 13th Pink Day
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Schools think pink for Sharsheret’s 13th Pink Day

Ma’ayanot students filled its new student center to kick off events for Pink Day, which included a Pink Day Zumba led by Sharsheret ambassador Lauren Greene. They also heard from a cancer survivor in a session on empathy and sympathy, discussed the mitzvah of bikur cholim, and focused their learning on being Jewish women.
Ma’ayanot students filled its new student center to kick off events for Pink Day, which included a Pink Day Zumba led by Sharsheret ambassador Lauren Greene. They also heard from a cancer survivor in a session on empathy and sympathy, discussed the mitzvah of bikur cholim, and focused their learning on being Jewish women.
Ma’ayanot students filled its new student center to kick off events for Pink Day, which included a Pink Day Zumba led by Sharsheret ambassador Lauren Greene. They also heard from a cancer survivor in a session on empathy and sympathy, discussed the mitzvah of bikur cholim, and focused their learning on being Jewish women.

Sharsheret, the only national not-for-profit organization for women and families of all Jewish backgrounds facing breast and ovarian cancer, celebrated its 13th annual Sharsheret Pink Day across more than 100 schools, companies, organizations, and synagogues worldwide. Sharsheret Pink Day, a global awareness movement encourages thousands of people to share information about Sharsheret’s programs and services to raise awareness about breast cancer and ovarian cancer and cancer genetics and generate conversations that save lives. Locally, several schools held events, raised money and awareness, and of course, donned pink outfits for the occasion.

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