Everyone can be involved in The Pink Sari Project. Show your support and help spread awareness by writing and sharing a pledge.
Women in Indian and Sri Lankan communities, especially those above 50 years of age should understand the importance of mammograms and get regular screenings. If you have not been screened before, learn the facts about mammograms and book a breast screen.
Family members and the larger community can help by encouraging their female family members and friends, especially those aged 50-74, to find out about mammograms and book a free mammogram. Family members especially can be strong drivers for change – many successful survivor stories involve family members prompting their sister, mother or grandmother to attend a breast screening.
Community leaders and those involved with Indian and Sri Lankan organisations play a vital role in the success of this campaign. We need your help in spreading the message and engaging with your community.
Media, especially Indian and Sri Lankan media, can help promote the Pink Sari Project and spread the message of the importance of breast screening and early detection amongst the community.