Thank you to the sponsors, walkers, and supporters who helped to make the 2014 Whisper Walk a success. We hosted 400 walkers and raised $11,000.

 

September 13 at 6:30 p.m.

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Mark your calendars for these upcoming events: 

Quartermania – a fund raiser for the Sue Days Fund, hosted by Julie Nischan

Town and Country Christian Church, 4925 SW 29th St., Topeka

What is Quartermania?  Purchase a bidding paddle for $5 for the first and $2 for additional paddles.  Bid for great prizes for just a quarter or two.  Paddle monies and 1 round of items go to the Sue Days Fund.  Bring all your friends for a fun night of winning!  Come at 6:30 p.m. to browse, paddles up at 7:00 p.m. 

 

September 21 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Ladies Day Out  - a fund raiser for the Sue Days Fund, hosted by the family of Sue Days

Cider Hill Family Orchard

Join us for an afternoon of goodies and shopping with various vendors who donate a percent of their proceeds to the Sue Days Fund.

To arrive at the orchard from I-70, take the Bonner Springs exit north on K-7 and our driveway is just north of the intersection of K-7 and Leavenworth Rd. on the west side, about 5 to 10 min. north of I-70.

 

September 21 at 8:00 a.m.

Whisper Walk in Kansas City at Zona Rosa

 

 Ovarian Cancer Support Group – meets the first Saturday of the month at the St. Francis Cancer Center, for more information contact Kay Coward at kay.coward@gmail.com, 220-8867

 

 

Did you particpate in the 2014 Whisper Walk for Ovarian Cancer Awareness?  Please help enhance our next event by completing this very short survey!

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/L2DTFCR

 

 


Photo Gallery from Topeka Capital Journal
http://cjonline.com/slideshow/2014-06-21/5th-annual-sue-days-whisper-walk#slide-1

 


 

The Sue Days Ovarian Cancer Fund is administered by the

St. Francis Health Center Foundation and is dedicated to:

1. Raising awareness about ovarian cancer in Topeka and the surrounding communities;
2. Raising funds to promote education about the symptoms of ovarian cancer;
3. Promoting fellowship and support among ovarian cancer survivors, their families, and friends.


September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 

And The Sue Days Fund is Spreading the Word! 

Watch for Our Billboards Throughout Topeka!