Join fellow young survivors on a journey of self-discovery, inspiration and the beginning of new and long-lasting friendships.
We know that young breast cancer survivors’ emotional wellness may not be adequately addressed during treatment — because treatment is a focus on healing the body. Our Young Thrivers Retreat will help to improve your quality of life by giving you time for self-care, in-depth discussions, and tools that will help you to thrive in your recovery and connect with other young survivors going through similar experiences.
You’ll find activities within this retreat that help you to focus on speaking up with grace, understand grief and build discernment for the living a wholehearted future, discover how to live a fulfilling life knowing what’s most important to you, and redefine what it means to be beautiful and embrace the new you.
This retreat is based on the belief that the journey to full recovery involves all of you - mind and body. We look forward to supporting you on this transformational journey, helping you thrive beyond your diagnosis and empowering you to be Bold, Brave, and Beautiful!
Who should attend?
The Project Pink’d Young Thrivers Retreat is designed for women who are 45 years old and younger. You have to have been diagnosed by age 40 and are at least one-year post-diagnosis. The retreat is most beneficial for survivors who seek to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and who are receptive to the work of personal transformation.
What is the commitment?
- Participants must be able to physically care for themselves
- Attendance AND participation are required for ALL parts of the program which includes:
- 2 Day Retreat | October 23 & 24, 2021 (Saturday 8:00 am - Sunday 5:00pm) | Hilton Downtown Omaha
What is the cost?
The Young Thrivers Retreat is FREE for the women selected to participate. This is possible thanks to the generous support from our community sponsors and benefactors who have provided a $1500 grant per participant. The only cost to survivors participating in the retreat is your time, commitment to personal growth, and the willingness to connect and build new relationships with other survivors.
However, "Paying it Forward" is part of thriving and we ask for your assistance during the program. For example, volunteerism, advocating for fellow survivors, serving as a Pink'd Ambassador, and assisting with the success of the Exposed Annual Benefit are ways we ask participants to "Pay It Forward" in order to ensure future participants can benefit from the same experience.
Are you ready to take on the challenge and transform yourself as a Young Thriver?