Partner Members

Capital Ovarian Cancer Organization

The Capital Ovarian Cancer Organization (C.O.C.O.) was founded in August of 2007, in memory Debi Furnish, who died from ovarian cancer in 2005. Around the same time, another woman from Frankfort, Ellen Liebman, died from the disease…

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The Vicki Welsh Fund

The Vicki Welsh Fund for Ovarian Cancer began 10 years ago, with the goal of fighting ovarian cancer through awareness, education, research, and support…

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Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance

The Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance (GOCA) formed back in 1998, when a group of thirteen ovarian cancer survivors from Atlanta met one another while undergoing chemotherapy…

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The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance

The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MOCA) formed in 1999, when a small group of survivors, united by their doctors, gathered around a dining room table…

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The Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation

The Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation (SROCF) humbly began 15 years ago, on a living room floor, with the goal to give women a fighting chance against ovarian cancer…

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Teal Tea Foundation

When Jean Shipos had an ovarian cancer recurrence back in 2003, her daughter knew that she wanted to do something based on what she saw her mother go through…

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Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance

2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA), an organization dedicated to promoting awareness and early detection of ovarian cancer through advocacy and education efforts, while also providing support to women…

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Partner Member Profile: Lydia's Legacy

When Lydia Greene Ross passed away after a courageous 3-year battle with uterine cancer, her daughter, Carin Ross Johnson, knew something had to be done to make sure that what happened to her mother didn’t happen to anyone else…

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Partner Member Profile: Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and Southwest Washington

2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and Southwest Washington, a Partner Member organization dedicated to spreading awareness through education, providing support to women and their families, and advocating for…

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Partner Member Profile: WNY Ovarian Cancer Project

When WNY Ovarian Cancer Project co-founder Kathleen Maxian was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she felt overwhelmed by the amount of negative statistics and information she found on the internet…

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Partner Member Profile: Turn The Towns Teal

When Turn The Towns Teal®’s founder Gail MacNeil was diagnosed with ovarian cancer almost eighteen years ago, she realized the need for ovarian cancer awareness and  saw that nothing was being done that focused solely on ovarian cancer…

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Partner Member Profile: Susan Poorman Blackie Ovarian Cancer Foundation

After Susan Poorman Blackie’s diagnosis of ovarian cancer on Valentine’s Day in 2012 left her completely blindsided, she realized that she had to do something to improve the awareness and treatment options for ovarian cancer…

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