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Kathleen Livingston Memorial Fund


Team Fundraising Goal: $10,000.00

Total Number of Gifts: 46
Total Value of Gifts: $7,822.77

My Recent Donors

Ms. Nancy G Duke

Mr. Geoffrey Vernon

Marcia Barnes

Marci Suske

David Preston

Veda Storey

Margaret MacIsaac

Ms. Carol A. Matyka

William & Barbara Reichard

Mr. Emery Robidoux

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Kathleen Livingston
July 15, 1953 - September 20, 2011

Kathleen was a passionate, charismatic and dynamic force in breast cancer advocacy. She represented the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation on the Board of Directors for the National Breast Cancer Coalition for several years. She co-founded the Michigan Breast Cancer Coalition in 2007, and she believed it was her most significant achievement serving as it's current President. She was also active in the University of Michigan Breast Cancer Advocacy & Advisory Committee and was a trained research advocate serving as a consumer reviewer for many granting organizations.

Kathleen fought metastatic inflammatory breast cancer for over 13 years, and participated in numerous clinical trials. Although petite in stature, she exemplified great strength and courage, managing her disease with such grace and dignity.

Kathleen enjoyed many other activities, such as tennis, golf and skiing with friends and family and was very active in each one.

Educating others about the importance of breast cancer research was dear to her heart. Each year she went to Washington with other advocates from Michigan to visit lawmakers and speak about important breast cancer issues.

This memorial fund has been established in Kathleen's honor through NBCC to continue her work in Michigan bringing public awareness and education to important breast cancer issues, and to support advocacy education and involvement.

The fund is a tribute to Kathleen's heart, mission and legacy.

As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, your gift to the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund is deductible to the extent permitted by Federal Law.

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