We aim to educate, and provide programs & services for multicultural woman in our community. We achieve the maximum positive effort for our community by addressing Breast Cancer on multiple fronts. Members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change.
It all started with a conversation. We formed our organization to provide sensible solutions for those around us. The Ketton-Robinson family started Splash of Color because Breast Cancer has affected them personally. After dealing with the loss of a mother and seeing your two daughters diagnosed, we wanted to be the support we wish we had.
Our amazing team of volunteers & educators are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information on how to improve the lives of the ones around you.
In December of 2007, Shae Robinson was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Shae's mother Cathy did what any mother would do for their child. Cathy supported Shae through her entire process of treatment all the way until Shae's successful remission. During Shae's battle with Breast Cancer she found that she felt alone. She felt there were no programs that had resources for women battling Breast Cancer. While Shae was looking for a program that she could be apart of, she joined a group that was on brink of extinction. That was when Shae knew something had to be done. Shae, her sister and mother then formed Splash of Color Breast Cancer Support Group.
Check out this great video of the Founders of SoC
Your contribution will enable us to support our programming and provide benefits to individuals affected by Breast Cancer. We are very grateful for your generosity.