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Do you have time on your hands and want to support an amazing cause, or do you have a great idea for a fundraiser but don't know where to begin? Join WVBHI in our mission, through volunteering your time or even raising funds by hosting an event. We would love to hear from you, reach out today!  

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Without a doubt, we have the BEST volunteers around! Our volunteers come in all sizes, shapes and colors, but their hearts are pink, and their caring has no limits. Are YOU a leader, a thinker, or a doer? Use your talents in our mission to help save lives in West Virginia! We need you now more than ever. Every minute that you spend helping gives another minute of hope to those affected by breast cancer. If you have any questions about volunteering please email,, or reach us by phone at 304-556-4808.  

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Your support will help West Virginia Breast Health Initiative provide breast cancer screenings, diagnosis and treatment services within our local community – because everyone deserves access to timely, affordable, and high quality breast health care.

Third Party Events are hosted by someone just like YOU and funds are donated to West Virginia Breast Health Initiative. If you would like to host an event or activity to help raise breast cancer awareness and funding, please contact or call our office at 304-556-4808

WVBHI and the Misty Bennett's Seeds of Hope program was honored to be a recipient of Highmark’s new West Virginia Charitable Fund for Health program. This amazing program provides critical support to West Virginia-based health and social service organizations, particularly those that provide preventive health programs and supportive services that focus on key social determinants for West Virginia families.

“There is such a need to help provide appropriate care and medical testing to those in the most need, and the West Virginia Breast Health Initiative works toward this goal in its Seeds of Hope program. Highmark is proud to support this program through the West Virginia Charitable Fund for Health,” said Jim Fawcett, president of Highmark West Virginia.

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Being diagnosed with Breast Cancer is difficult for anyone. Being diagnosed with Breast Cancer as the world is shutting down due to a pandemic is a whole new level. On March 20, 2020, I found myself alone at CAMC Breast Center for a biopsy that I figured would leave me on edge as I waited for the results. However, there was no waiting on results I was diagnosed before the biopsy was performed with my mother in the parking lot on FaceTime due to CAMC closing all visitors’ hours before that appointment. 
At thirty-eight and a single mom of two teens, I wasn’t sure how I would get through what would be the hardest year of my life. The only thing that kept me going was my faith and knowing that I wanted to see my kids’ graduate, get married, have kids and be successful above all. After 6 rounds of TCHP, 9 additional rounds of Herceptin, 28 rounds of radiation and 9 surgeries, while leaving my family in various  parking lots I am thankful to say that I am a survivor and excited to share my journey!

***WVBHI is pleased to announce that Sarah is now a new team member of our Board of Directors and continues to share her journey and inspire and assist others.
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