Michelle's Place Receives "Hope For Holidays" Grant

Michelle’s Place will receive a $1,000 “Hope For Holidays” grant from GreaterGood Network's The Breast Cancer Site.

Seattle, WA, December 30, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Michelle’s Place will receive a $1,000 “Hope For Holidays” grant from GreaterGood Network's The Breast Cancer Site.

Founded in 2001, Michelle’s Place serves as a resource center for women dealing with breast cancer. It is named for Michelle Watson, who died at age 26 following a long battle with breast cancer. Watson wanted other women to be able to easily find the resources and support that they needed.

The ten-year-old center in Temecula, CA, provides free resources to women and their families including a breast health assistance program to ensure breast cancer is caught in its early stages. The center also provides assistance to women in the form of comfort items (wigs, scarves, prostheses), a lending library, educational seminars, weekly meditation and exercise classes, lymphedema management, free and low-cost diagnostic breast health services, temporary financial support, and support groups for women and children.

Michelle’s Place was nominated for the “Hope For Holidays” grant by Freida Hall. Her photograph titled Grandma's Girls was selected by visitors at The Breast Cancer Site to be featured on the homepage and in a free ecard available now at www.TheBreastCancerSite.com.

About The Breast Cancer Site

Launched in October 2000, The Breast Cancer Site provides funding for free mammograms for women in need, breast cancer research, and support for women struggling with the disease through such organizations as National Breast Cancer Foundation, Mayo Clinic (research), Making Memories, Patient Access Network Foundation, Hope for Two, and others.

Donations are distributed by the independent 501c3 nonprofit GreaterGood.org. The Breast Cancer Site is part of the GreaterGood Network of websites that offers the public an opportunity to support causes they care about at no cost to them.

GreaterGood Network
Rosemary Jones