Doylestown Nonprofit Will Turn Bucks County Pink To Raise Awareness of Breast Cancer

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Image via Pine2Pink at Instagram.
The organization cohosts events to raise awareness every fall in Bucks County.

A well-loved nonprofit will once again being turning Bucks County pink as a way of raising awareness to breast cancer. Jeff Werner wrote about the organization’s mission for the Doylestown Patch.

Keith Fenimore, a Doylestown native, started Pine2Pink to in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer. His nonprofit organization utilizes community outreach, business partnerships, and a very visible campaign to make Bucks County streets literally pink to bring attention to this aggressive form of cancer.

“I continue to be in awe of this community and the support we receive from residents and business owners across Bucks County,” Fenimore said.

Fenimore came up with the idea to make the nonprofit after witnessing his own mother’s experiences with the disease, as will as his grandmother, who passed away from the same ailment his mother was just 18. Fenimore’s mother, Marianne, is a survivor of 21 years now.

This year, his organization will host events to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research throughout the Bucks County region.

For more information Fenimore’s mission, check out Pine2Pink’s official website.

Read more about the nonprofit’s upcoming events at the Doylestown Patch.

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