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Belinda Harrison Belinda Harrison from South New Jersey wrote on January 22, 2017 at 3:54 AM:
One year ago (1/6/16) her birthday, my sister received her diagnosis. A few days later she learned it was stage 4 cancer. At the end of the week, she was hospitalized and one week later was referred to hospice. Devastation, disbelief and shear horror at the thought of losing my baby sister caused me to jump on a plane. I had to get to her to pray with and for her. Hospice was not in our vocabulary and we weren't having it so she began to fight. She was released from hospital one week later and that's when Empowerment In Pink became an extension of our family. The moral support they provided encouraged my sister,as well as my family. EIP came into our home and made themselves available to my sister at least a couple of hours everyday. They sat with her and waited on her. They provided food and beverages. They arranged the furniture in the home to make it more suitable for the many visitors my sister received throughout the day and night. My sister passed away two and a half months later. Empowerment In Pink served as a resource and support during and after the furneral. Thank you EIP for your love and support.
Tiaquanna Graham Tiaquanna Graham from Wilmington wrote on January 19, 2017 at 7:16 PM:
I would like to THANK the Ladies of Empowerment In Pink for the Love and Support that you gave my daughter during her Senior Project...... You did an AWESOME job....May God Bless Each of You
Renรฉe Garris Renรฉe Garris from Wilmington wrote on December 30, 2016 at 9:44 PM:
My family wishes to acknowledge Empowerment In Pink for all the love they have shown for our dear Gabby. My granddaughter, Gabrielle Garris, was diagnosed in August with a rare type of leukemia. Once EIP learned of Gabby they immediately made contact with the family. They have shown great concern for Gabby and the family. Not a week has gone by without calls or texts. Along with other organizations, EIP raised money to give to the family. They were able to surprise Gabby by driving to Chapel Hill and presenting her mother with the check. Gabby will always remember the Ladies in Pink. Thank you EIP for being inspiring, dedicated, determined, and caring. I pray that God will continue to walk with each of you as you set out to help others through their journey. Renรฉe
Kim M. Kim M. from Wilmington wrote on December 30, 2016 at 11:25 AM:
HEY I just saw YALL on the News. I was going to call, but I can't. I'm kind of upset right now. I'm crying now happy tears. I miss my Mom so much!! I'm proud of EIP. Keep putting smiles on people's faces and making them feel comfortable. Love EIP P.S. The Big Cry Baby KIM