Thirty years ago, Sue Miller a former fashion model and breast cancer survivor realized the need for a community support group for women who had been diagnosed. Through Sue’s vision the Day of Caring was born which originally was an annual luncheon that featured a fashion show with all breast cancer survivors serving as the models.
As the years went by, the Day of Caring changed to provide education and awareness seminars to those that were interested, and for those affected by breast cancer. The seminars paired with our luncheon and fashion show has grown to over 500 attendees. The event provides a comprehensive and inspiring one-day breast cancer conference, encompassing program seminars, exhibitors, and a fashion show to benefit anyone touched by breast cancer.
Our mission is to inform, empower and give hope to those affected by breast cancer.