Part of the work PRG does to “ensure that no one travels this road alone” is providing free direct services of healthy meals, house cleaning, rides to treatment and peer support to its clients. A St. Louis-based grocer, Schnucks Supermarkets, has stepped up and committed to donating 100 percent of the food, a burden lifted off of PRG that Salazar said has made this decision even easier.
Pink Ribbon Girls, a 501(c)3, was founded by breast cancer survivors who have a passion for supporting and empowering others who are currently in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers.
"We are honored to be able serve so many women with metastatic cancer through our Mets Cancer program (NO Age NO Stage) as well as those in our In the Fight program (Simply Fight). In 2016, Pink Ribbon Girls was able to provide 61,000 meals, 900 house cleanings and 2,100 rides to treatment," according to PRG's website.