Lotus Survival Foundation to Host First Annual “Mind, Body & Soul” Virtual 3K Walk and Celebration
Raleigh, N.C., April 30, 2012 - Lotus Survival Foundation, a local nonprofit focused on providing awareness, education and resources to those who have been affected by breast cancer, is hosting its First Annual “Mind, Body & Soul” Virtual 3K Walk. Teams interested in participating in this event should contact Lotus Survival Foundation via http://www.facebook.com/LotusSurvivalFoundation/events.
Teams will take virtual steps to raise awareness and donations online. The team that raises the most money betweenApril 19 and May 18will be announced at the celebration event on May 19th at the Buehler Shelter in Cary’s Bond Park between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.This celebration will honor the organization’s mission and second year anniversary.
“Our virtual walk and celebration will be a great way to get people to come together to help raise awareness for such an important cause in our community while celebrating the milestone of Lotus Survival Foundation’s second year,” said Claudia de Aguirre, president and founder of Lotus Survival Foundation. “We are so proud of what our organization has been able to do to help restore hope to the lives of so many men and women affected by breast cancer.”
To register your own team for the virtual walk, contact Claudia de Aguirre at firstname.lastname@example.org or donate to existing teams at http://lotussurvivalfoundation.givezooks.com/events/walk-for-hope.
About Lotus Survival Foundation
Lotus Survival Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides awareness, education and resources to underserved individuals before, during and after breast cancer. Founded in 2010 by breast cancer survivor Claudia Tovar de Aguirre, the organization focuses on the concept of “mind, body and soul,” providing breast cancer patients and survivors with the tools and techniques to manage their personal and professional lives. Lotus Survival Foundation’s group healing retreats offer members and their guests the opportunity to grow and learn from one another’s experiences in dealing with the disease. For more information, call 888-545-3128 or visit www.lotussurvivalfoundation.org.