To educate women 25-40 that breast cancer is not just for older women.
To increase the number of women completing monthly self-breast exams.
To increase the number of women completing regular gynecological visits.
To provide community, information, and encouragement.
Our Success in 2020-22
Provided community grants to West Cancer Foundation to support underserved communities for testing and patient care.
Distributed more than 40,000 shower-hanger cards across America - partnering with Ryan and Rose, West Cancer Foundation, Christ Community Health Systems, etc.
Spoke at events (CityCurrent SPARK Show, West Cancer Center, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital Nurse-Family Partnership, and more) - sharing Keesha's story, our story, and the importance of early detection.
What We Have Planned
Provide additional community grants to women's clinics to support women who cannot afford annual OB/GYN appointments.
Partner with like-minded nonprofits.
Create and distribute innovative reminders for monthly breast self-checks and annual clinical check-ups (working on a web/mobile phone reminder app and text messaging application).
Speak at events - sharing Keesha's story and the importance of early detection. If you have access to groups where our story is appropriate, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples: women's groups, men's groups, conventions, universities, local media outlets, and national media. And yes, our dream is to be on the Today Show!
Please let us know if you have other ideas for how we can engage in your community.
Community, Stories and Testimonials
Visit our official Facebook and Instagram to join and engage with our community. It is designed as a place to share your stories, support one another, and celebrate victories!
As men, we are sometimes removed from this very important messaging. Please take a moment and read the article that started a movement: Keesha's father shares his story, "The question every dad should ask his daughter......" Please consider posting to your social media outlets - and include our hashtag #AskHer to help the story go viral.
Watch Australia's Alex Taylor as she shares her #WarriorStory. Find out why she credits Keesha's story with likely saving her life as she faced breast cancer at the young age of 23.
Keesha Warrior Princess is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit - #83-3774469