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Pink Out at the J for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Zumba

Pink Out at Home with the J

A Morning of Exercise, Education & Wellness Resources
October 24, 10am-12:30pm
Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
Outdoors: Fields, TSG Day Camp Pavilion & Back Lot

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Please note: We’re monitoring the weather forecast and will post any day-of schedule changes online at In the event that Pink Out is cancelled, all who are registered for the event will receive an email by 8am on Sunday morning.

Join Sharsheret Supports STL as we culminate Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an outdoor morning of exercise, education and wellness, including a two-hour Zumbathon, a free Boot Camp Lite session, Cycle and T’ai Chi!

Partners in the community will also be on-site to share information on cancer and hereditary risks, non-medical financial assistance, clean skincare and more. Enjoy complimentary massages, snacks and enter to win raffle prizes.

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Who is Sharsheret?

Sharsheret’s mission is to improve lives through support programs available to women and families faced with a breast or ovarian cancer diagnosis and save lives by educating the community on the increased hereditary cancer risk factors; especially those of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry. Education can help with early detection or, perhaps, can spare a diagnosis.

Sharsheret Supports St. Louis is a collaborative program of Nishmah and the national, not-for-profit Sharsheret organization. Sharsheret, Hebrew for “chain or link,” symbolizes the support and connections we make among women, families and communities facing breast and ovarian cancer. Sharsheret educates the Jewish community regarding increased hereditary risks. We support all individuals who reach out to Sharsheret.

Did you know?

Breast and ovarian cancer is a hereditary concern for Jewish women and men.

  • 1 in 40 women and men of Ashkenazi Jewish heritage carries a BRCA gene mutation; 10 times greater than the general population.
  • Carrying a BRCA gene mutation significantly increases one’s risk of developing a hereditary cancer (includes breast, ovarian, pancreatic and prostate) and there is a 50% chance of being passed to the next generation.
  • Individuals who carry a BRCA mutation have the opportunity to make choices that can help save a life.
  • In addition to BRCA gene mutations, there are numerous other mutations linked to hereditary cancer such as ATM, CHEK2, TP53 and PALB2

How Can You Find Out About Our Support and Educational Programs?

Reach out to our Sharsheret Supports St. Louis staff by filling out this form or contact Debbi Braunstein, 314.442.3266, for more information and resources.

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Enterprise Holdings Foundation