ABOUT PINK "ME"
PINK "ME"® is a 501(c) (3), nonprofit organization founded by Dr. Michelle P. Bean in 2020. As a two-time breast cancer survivor (2016, 2021), she believes it is important to "be a help to others", and to be thankful that you are here to share your journey. Dr. Bean is a true example of the mission and vision of PINK “ME”, knowing firsthand awareness surrounding breast cancer is incredibly important as early detection, often through screenings, can catch the disease when it is most treatable.
PINK "ME" provides information, networking, and knowledge to women battling breast cancer and those on their journey towards survivorship. Our goal is to ensure these women lead healthy, fulfilled lives in a supportive community of survivors, empowered to be their own advocates, know their options, and participate in activities that raise their awareness, while also being encouraged and emotionally supported.
To compassionately support women during and after their breast cancer journey through education, inspiration, and advocacy so they can lead healthy, fulfilled lives within a supportive community.
To ensure that women diagnosed with breast cancer and survivors are compassionately supported during and after their journey with information related to awareness, as well as educational and networking opportunities so that they lead healthy fulfilled lives. We will help women focus on being your own advocate, knowing your options, and will make available personal support groups for encouragement and emotional support.
The Story Behind PINK "ME"
Double Mastectomies, Double Victories, and a Double Chance at life!
Twin sisters Dr. Michelle and Melinda Bean living in different states, New Mexico, and Virginia, were diagnosed with breast cancer, just six weeks apart from each other, which naturally created a supportive platform they both needed on their journeys towards survivorship. Founder and President, Dr. Michelle Bean, was inspired through their journey, to provide to other women an opportunity to connect and support each other. Her experience and passion to give back is expressed through the mission and vision of PINK "ME” (Providing Information, Networking, and Knowledge, “My Experience”). One of PINK "ME” s Programs: Connected by Cells, fulfills part of Dr. Bean’s vision, "changing something that’s commonly heard when diagnosed with breast cancer, having cancerous cells, into a positive virtual support platform that allows women to obtain information needed for their journey, connect and network with others, all while being compassionately supported”.
No one should face breast cancer alone.
PINK “ME” Stands for something amazing! See acronym below
To supply or make available to.
Knowledge obtained from investigation, study, or instruction. Facts, data.
The exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions. The establishment or use of computer network.
The fact or condition of knowing something with familiarity gained through experience or association.
Individual experiences shared by each person enhances the support network and exchange of information, and platform for other women going through their breast cancer journey and survivors.
Merriam-Webster.com. 2020. https://www.merriam-webster.com (29 June 2020).
We Celebrate With You!
As part of our monthly awareness events, we invite you to join the
we Celebrate with you survivor month!
During your survival month PINK "ME” will acknowledge you in our e-Newsletter.
PINK "ME" Celebrates you! Congratulations on your survival month.
What an amazing celebration!
Let's stay pink'd
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According to the National Cancer Institute of Health, when a loved one develops cancer, the family's risk of significant financial hardship becomes startlingly high: Between 33 percent and 80 percent of cancer survivors exhaust their savings to finance medical expenses. Up to 34 percent borrow money from friends or family to pay for care.
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How to Become a Sponsor?
The goal of PINK "ME” nonprofit breast cancer organization for 2022 is to assist 2-4
women within the Breast Cancer Treatment Health Financial Assistance and/or
Survivor Health and Wellness Financial Assistance Programs each quarter.
July 5, 2022 thru September 30, 2022- Third Quarter
Please do not use this form for inquiries on the financial assistance application status or qualification guidelines. All inquiries and information must be received via email to
7820 Enchanted Hills Blvd, STE A 252
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Monday- Friday 9:00am-5:00pm (Mountain Time)