The Maurer Foundation would like to thank Pink Aid for supporting our breast health education efforts! Thanks to a generous 2015 and 2016 grant from Pink Aid, we have been able to focus our outreach efforts to socioeconomically disadvantaged and bilingual populations. In 2015, we surpassed our goal of reaching 1,746 people in these high need communities on Long [...]
In November, the Maurer Foundation’s breast health educators launched a unique ongoing partnership with the Molloy College nursing program—an exciting new relationship that will allow us to share life-saving information about breast cancer prevention and early detection, while bolstering our own educational programs with epidemiological analysis. On November 4th, our Program Manager presented a modified [...]
Girl Scouts troops located in New Hyde Park recently invited staff from the Maurer Foundation to participate in an evening program geared to promote health and wellness for their scouts and mothers. The Maurer Foundation presented their “Pinky Swear” program, which is a specially designed presentation for girl scouts which emphasizes how lifestyle choices made [...]
The Maurer Foundation was recently featured in an online article by Garden City News. The article highlighted our recent program for seniors at Garden City High School for their annual Women’s Health Awareness event. We are happy to say that we have been visiting Garden City High School since 2006! Our interactive programs teach students how [...]
In the course of presenting our breast health programs to Long Island high schools and businesses, we meet a lot of people, many of which have amazing stories of breast cancer diagnosis and early detection.
With the new addition of breast health educator Genesis Bayuelo, The Maurer Foundation is now able to offer breast health programs in Spanish.
A review of all the schools, clubs, events, and businesses we’ve given breast health seminars at in 2011.
Schreiber High School celebrates breast cancer awareness month with ribbons, buttons, tattoos, baked goods and even pink mohawks.
The Garden City High School senior girls attended the annual Women’s Health Awareness Program on March 31 in the Garden City High School Library.
A student’s view of one our cancer-prevention breast health programs, published in The Spectator, the Stuyvesant High School newspaper.