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Where Your Donations Go: Tara’s Story

Tara was diagnosed with HER2 Triple Positive breast cancer at age 43. After undergoing chemotherapy and seventeen Herceptin treatments, she was declared cancer free. Unfortunately, the end of treatment did not mean the end of the bills. “I was 43 years old, married with two grown children and one in high

Where Your Donations Go: Kat’s Story

Ana Katherine “Kat” was the recipient of a chemo care package through our very first round of The 15 Project. Diagnosed in 2014 after finding a lump while adjusting her bikini top, Kat endured various surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, including radiation to her brain after her cancer spread. Remember Betty

Where Your Donations Go: Shannan’s Story

In October 2014 at age 37, Shannan felt a thickening of her left breast. Within a month, the area had tripled in size. Shannan was diagnosed with Stage 3A Invasive Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma. A mother of 4, including 2 special needs children, Shannan was forced to quit her job as a

Nightlift: The #NightLiftPINK Challenge with Jenny McCarthy

When Jenny McCarthy went at twitter war with sister-in-law Rhea Wahlberg over her pink hair, Jenny McCarthy Nightlife and the Remember Betty Foundation turned lemons into pink lemonade! The #NightLiftPINK challenge encouraged followers to dye their hair pink and tweet their picture to both Jenny McCarthy and Nightlift with the hashtag

SouthFlorida.com: New Kid Danny Wood hangs tough in Miami

Sorry, but it's just too obvious: Danny Wood has lived in the Miami area for 17 years, so he isn't exactly a new kid on the block. "The weather and the beaches are great for me and I can live a very normal life," says Wood, who lives in the San

Boston Magazine: Watch Danny Wood’s Emotional Performance on Today

New Kids on the Block star Danny Wood managed to survive his appearance with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on Wednesday’s episode of Today. The boy band heartthrob stopped by the show to talk about his new solo album, Look at Me, and also gave the daytime hosts an emotional

CareerCo: CareerCo Helps to “Remember Betty”

CareerCo recently served as one of two main sponsors for Bowling For Betty, an event held by the Remember Betty organization’s NYC chapter. Remember Betty was founded by NKOTB band member Danny Wood to memorialize his mother Betty Wood, who died of breast cancer in 1999. The organization raises money that’s