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- Sat, Apr 29Wheatley Heights Sports ComplexApr 29, 10:00 AMWheatley Heights Sports Complex, 200 Noblewood Dr, San Antonio, TX 78220, USAWe are taking steps to end pancreatic cancer at PanCAN PurpleStride on Saturday, April 29, 2023. We want to make the biggest impact on the lives of pancreatic cancer patients – and we need your help to do that!
Will you walk with us?
In addition to being our chapter President, Shenel is also a volunteer for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. She lost her sister in 2019 and has dedicated her time and support to this great organization ever since. In support of our President and her family we are taking steps to end pancreatic cancer at PanCAN PurpleStride on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
We want to make the biggest impact on the lives of pancreatic cancer patients – and we need your help to do that!
PanCAN PurpleStride is the number one way PanCAN raises money to fund vital research that can bring new treatment options to patients, and gives them free, personalized one-to-one support through PanCAN Patient Services.
Here’s where you come in! We’ve set an ambitious fundraising goal – because the more money we raise, the bigger impact we make – and would appreciate a gift of any size to help us get there.
PanCAN PurpleStride is for everyone, and we’d love for you to join our team! Just click the RSVP button at the top of this page and follow a few easy steps to get set up. And anyone who registers and raises $50 will receive an official PanCAN PurpleStride 2023 T-shirt!
Thank you for your support!
NAWIC provides its members with opportunities for professional development, education, networking, leadership training, public service and more.
Our focus is to enhance the success of women in construction and assist in the development of the current and future leaders of our industry.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) originally began as Women in Construction of Fort Worth, Texas. It was founded in 1953 by 16 women working in the construction industry. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network. Women in Construction of Fort Worth was so successful that it gained its national charter in 1955 and became the National Association of Women in Construction.