Started in 1981 by a breast cancer survivor and
fashion model Sue Miller, the Day of Caring has
continued it legacy through the efforts of dedicated
and passionate volunteers. Many individuals,
including breast cancer survivors and those touched by
breast cancer, work throughout the year to provide a
Day of Caring that embraces an entire community.
We are like no other
organization. We are a collaboration where
everyone affected by breast cancer is invited to come
together for one day and become part of a support
network that lasts all year long.
We are about EDUCATION and
ENCOURAGEMENT, CARING and RESPECT, COMMUNITY and
DIVERSITY. We believe that the Day of Caring brings a
holistic approach to health to each individual.
Through this once-a-year
conference/ symposium, completely volunteer driven, we
gather together people touched by breast cancer who
are seeking reliable, up-to-date information, support
and comfort in a safe environment. The event provides
the MOST comprehensive and inspiring one-day breast
cancer conference available, encompassing program
seminars, exhibits, a trade show, and a fashion show
to benefit any and all people touched by breast
Physicians and other health
care professionals volunteer their time to provide the
best information available for participants so they
can make informed decisions about their health. This
includes information about the latest research as well
as resources for supporting wellness quality of life.
Breast cancer survivors share their stories in an
inspirational fashion show that gives hope to
individuals newly diagnosed, in treatment and in
We welcome attendees from any part of the state or out of state… and we welcome ALL, current breast cancer patients, the recently diagnosed, survivors, family, friends and caregivers.