Past Events 2017
We ended our year with Santa showing up at our door in a winter storm! Although the weather was frightful, 30 ladies trudged thru it to come and receive their Christmas blessing from PPP. Each received a gift and a Chamber gift card. All together, we blessed 55 fighters and survivors!
It was a wonderful night filled with faith, love and laughter!!
4th Annual Tree of Hope
Dec 7th marked our 4th Annual Tree of Hope Lighting ceremony in Lincoln Park.
Over 60 people came out to brace the frigid elements to sing songs, drink hot cocoa and hear the names of breast cancer fighters, survivors and those who received their heavenly healing, followed by the lighting of our beautiful pink tree!
New York Gives Day
PPP is again participating in New York Gives Day (#NYGIVESDAY) on November 28!
This is a day dedicated to giving back to nonprofits throughout New York State by way of an online 24-hour fundraising challenge
Please consider donating to us on Giving Tuesday (November 28) by clicking the Give Now button.
Annual Pink Pumpkin Sale!!!
This year was another incredible year for our pumpkin Sales!
We had enormous help from Miller’s Farm Market who delivered the pumpkins already bleached!! Pleasant Valley Greenhouse donated an additional 140 pumpkins for us. Kohl’s sent volunteers to help paint and we were on our way to decorating within 4 days!!
Our decorating team did a fabulous job again this year and due to the generous donation of the warehouse again this year from Nate Smith, we worked morning and night stress free!!
This is one of our largest fundraisers and the community support continues to surpass our goal every year!!! Thank you so much to all that volunteered and purchased ~ we greatly appreciate all the continued support !!
2017 Thanksgiving Feast
PPP hosted the Thanksgiving feast for breast cancer fighters and survivors at the Old Library B&B.
Almost 40 ladies and everyone enjoyed friendship, food and love.
2017 PPP Celebration
Sept marked a record sell out of 48 hours for over 300 tickets!
Dancing, celebrating, honoring, supporting and amazing raffles were all part of the 3rd annual amazing celebration!!
Olean Oilers Game
The Olean Oilers had a pink out game to support our Project. Our longest survivor, Chris Hackett threw out the first pitch. Balloons were raised in honor of all those fighting, surviving and received their heavenly healing.
Thank you to Brian and Renee O’Connell and the Olean Oilers for a wonderful evening and they were able to donate $1,500 to our project!
3rd Annual 5k
Another beautiful day for a 5k and participants were close in number to 300!
Men, women and children showed up for the 3rd annual 5k and total monies raised were over $9,000!
Sisters and Snacks
In April we held our sisters and snacks open house for all the pink sisters to come and enjoy each other’s company and some treats.
Opening of Laurie’s retreat of hope
The pink ribbon cutting ceremony was held in April to officially announce the opening of Laurie’s Retrear of Hope. In attendance was Senator Catherine Young, Olean Mayor William Aielo and Portville Mayor Emily Woodhead.
Approximately 75 people came out to celebrate our new facility which will offer support groups twice a month and many other gatherings.
On February 6, PPP held their pre-Valentine dinner for fighters and survivors at the old library B&B.
A wonderful night of delicious food, beautiful decorations and sisterhood.
SBU Supports ALL Cancer Fighters:
PPP joined SBU to support ALL cancer fighters at the SBU women's basketball game, Tuesday, February 7.
It was a night of basketball, honoring survivors and acknowledging PPP and all it does for our community