Episode 59: Molly’s Story: A Cancer Survivor Supporting Other Women Throughout Their Cancer Journey, So They Can Survive and Thrive

Molly MacDonald, The Pink Fund

“Never did I imagine a breast cancer diagnosis would lead me to see and try to help fill a niche in services for breast cancer patients and their families. What we do is truly an act of love. It is a privilege to be able to serve so many and act on behalf of our generous donors, without whom, our mission would not be possible.” – Molly MacDonald

Molly MacDonald, a cancer survivor (or thriver – because she is definitely thriving) and founder of the Pink Fund, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her empowering and inspiring life story and to talk about the incredible work she does with The Pink Fund.

The Pink Fund provides 90-day non-medical cost-of-living expenses to breast cancer patients in active treatment, so they can focus on healing, raising their families, and returning to the workplace. Their work has decreased stress levels amongst those they’ve served and has allowed breast cancer patients in active treatment to focus on healing, which has greatly improved survivorship outcomes. The Pink Fund’s work is so critical and is filling a need that we don’t often talk about and should be a reminder to all of us, that we need to do more to support those going through cancer treatment. 

Molly joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her own life story, her own cancer journey, how the Pink Fund came to be, why their work is so critical, what you can do to support their mission and work, how we can all support the people in our own lives who are going through cancer treatment, and so much more. Molly is such a strong and inspiring woman. You don’t want to miss this episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast.

For more information on Molly and the Pink Fund, please visit their website.

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