Add to the Agenda | Winter 2022

In anticipation of a promising year ahead, The Pink Agenda (TPA) community has put together several opportunities, both virtual and in-person, that will continue to raise money, raise awareness, and raise hell for breast cancer research! Last year we achieved remarkable success while completely virtual, which is why we’re excited to embrace a hybrid model for 2022’s activities.


We closed out 2021 on a high note with the success of our Lucky Stars campaign. We’d like to thank all of our participants for making this achievement possible, as we look forward to a bright 2022!

Click here to see our starry TPA sky.


We are delighted to announce the return of TPA Talks and this year, we are pleased to offer both virtual and in-person events

The first event in the series, TPA Talks: On the Agenda, will stream live on Wednesday, April 6 at 6:30 PM ET and will examine The Power of Positive Psychology.

TPA Talks Live, will be held on Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 PM ET at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture and will feature a diverse lineup of speakers discussing the various facets of breast cancer.

Our final installment, TPA Talks: On the Agenda, will stream live on Thursday, November 10 at 6:30 PM ET and discuss Understanding the Risks of Breast Cancer.

Series and individual tickets as well as sponsorship opportunities are available. Click here to learn more about each event and purchase your tickets today!



Join us on Sunday, June 5  for the second annual #Move2RaiseHell Virtual Race for Research! TPA supporters from across the country will embark on their own 3.8 mile walk, run, bike, swim, or activity of their choice to raise money for lifesaving breast cancer research.

Held in conjunction with National Cancer Survivor’s Day, the 3.8 miles celebrates the more than 3.8 million women and men who have undergone breast cancer treatment in the U.S.

Individuals, teams, and corporations are encouraged to sign up and bring their all to this day of fun.




Heather was diagnosed with breast cancer during the height of the pandemic in March 2020. After spending the better part of the year indoors, she decided to learn how to paddleboard in an effort to spend more time outdoors with her family.

To make this goal possible, FAB-U-WISH granted Heather a shopping experience at REI to purchase a paddleboard and enjoy the outdoors while creating memories with her family for years to come.

Breast cancer treatment and self-care should not be a trade off, and FAB-U-WISH is here to help!