A Tribute to Dorit Shapiro … Help Me Raise Money in Dorit’s Memory

It is rare that you meet someone who has the power to touch lives and truly make a difference and that’s exactly what Dorit Shapiro, the President of the Gal to Gal Foundation did at a fundraising event held in her honor on October 2, 2008.

As she stood in front of friends, family and supporters, Dorit, who was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer two years ago, eloquently shared her personal story as well as her mission to help those like her battling this deadly disease.  You can watch Dorit sharing her story here:

Four days later, this 38-year-old wife and mother of two was admitted to the hospital.  On October 12, Dorit Shapiro passed away.

It is the hope of the Gal to Gal Foundation to keep Dorit’s memory and mission alive by sharing the video from this special evening that meant so much. Dorit Shapiro was a remarkable woman who even in her final days, was determined to share her message of hope while lending a voice to over 300,000 men and women who are diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer every year.

If you would like to honor Dorit’s memory, register today for the Gal to Gal Virtual Walk (www.galtogalwalk.org), join team Family Wealth and help the organization raise $250,000 so that the Foundation can grant hundreds of wishes for Stage IV breast cancer patients and their families this holiday season.

Or, if you are in the Los Angeles area and want to attend my fundraiser event for the Gal to Gal Foundation on October 25 at my house in Hermosa Beach, CA, call 866-999-3974 to get on the invitation list and we’ll send you the specifics of the event.

Dorit’s wish was not for herself.  It was that we make this goal and that no woman living with Stage IV should feel alone in this journey. Please join Dorit’s virtual self and all of us today in her honor.

A Tribute to Dorit Shapiro:

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