MAKE A DONATION

Every dollar donated helps to support and educate individuals in the community who have been impacted by Breast Cancer. Donations support breast cancer education, mammograms, and women currently undergoing treatment

VOLUNTEER

Help us stop the silence of breast cancer. Volunteer your time to assist Sisters Network, Triangle NC to bring awareness about breast cancer in the triangle community

ATTEND OUR EVENTS

Plan to attend our events as we host and partner with local organizations to educate the community about Breast Cancer.

Our Mission

Sisters Network is committed to increasing local and national attention to the devastating impact that Breast Cancer has in the African-American community

Stop The Silence!

Sisters Network Triangle NC (SNTNC)

Sisters Network, continues to be the National Leader in the fight against Breast Cancer in the African American Community.

Sisters Network Triangle NC (SNTNC), has expanded outreach efforts. In 2017, SNTNC introduced a new meeting location. SNTNC meets twice a month, in Raleigh on the 2nd Thursday and in Durham on the 4th Thursday of each month. Select the Events link for more details.

BREAST CANCER APPLICATION FORM
View All Events

Community partnerships provide Sisters Network Triangle NC the resources to promote breast health in the community.

We are thankful for the support from the following community partners:

Sisters Network Triangle NC - Photo Gallery
2019 Gift for Life Block Walk
2019 Gift for Life Block Walk
2019 Tea for Two
2019 Tea for Two

Pink Sunday

Every October, the Pink Sunday Initiative is launched to provide free breast health educational and promotional materials to faith-based communities.  If your church is interested, please contact SNTNC at 919.490.1571 or email us at: trianglenc@sistersnetworkinc.org.

American Cancer Society

We’ve known for a while that triple-negative breast cancer is more common in black women in the United States, compared to other groups. The news is the prence varies significantly depending on where these women were born. American Cancer Society (ACS) researchers found that among black women, those born in the US and Western Africa were diagnosed more often with triple-negative breast cancer than women born in East Africa. The authors published their findings in Cancer, an ACS peer-reviewed journal.

Protect your health by learning more about your family’s history of cancer and other health problems. Then find out what you can do to help lower your risk. Get the tips.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the antibody-drug conjugate Polivy (polatuzumab vedotin-piiq) to treat people with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL).

Upcoming Events
  • 17Aug
    Luau Cookout
    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Lake Crabtree Morrisville – Beach Shelter

    Games, Food, Prizes for the best Hawaiian Attire Tickets are $10 per person Deadline to purchase tickets is August 1, 2019 Contact Erica...

Sisters Network Triangle Luau Cookout

Ready to become a volunteer?

Help us stop the silence of breast cancer. Volunteer your time to assist Sisters Network, Triangle NC to bring awareness about breast cancer in the triangle community

Media

Sisters Network Inc.

Sisters Network ® Inc. founded in 1994, is a leading voice and...

Look Good Feel Better

Beauty. Courage. Confidence. Next sessions are: Monday, July 8, 2019 Monday, August 5, 2019 Monday, September...

Upcoming Monthly Meetings

Durham: Aug. 22, 2019 6:00 pm Raleigh: Sep. 12, 2019 6:00 pm, SNTNC holds...

Dig Pink!

Voyager Athletics donates $1,089 to Sisters Network Triangle NC. Voyager Academy Middle...