Pink Ribbon Club
The Pink Ribbon Club Foundation promotes the formation of high school based Pink Ribbon Clubs.
Our Goals are to...
-Increase teen awareness
-Provide community service opportunities
-Raise funds in the fight against breast cancer
The Pink Ribbon Club Foundation serves to unite teens in the fight against breast cancer.
The first Pink Ribbon Club was founded at University High School in Irvine, California, in 2002 by two sisters whose mother was undergoing treatment for breast cancer. They found few sources of education, awareness, and support specifically targeting teenagers. In forming the club, they created a forum to educate their peers about breast cancer, volunteer in the breast cancer community and raise funds for support and research.
Following on the success of the first club, the Pink Ribbon Club Foundation was formed to expand this vision and start clubs at other schools. The Foundation promotes club formation and serves as a central point of contact.
The Pink Ribbon Club Foundation is excited about the remarkable growth and expansion of new Pink Ribbon Clubs. With over 25 clubs in Orange County and dozens of others spread across the nation, PRCF has impacted the community. Each club participates in a variety of activities in support of different breast cancer organizations.
How Can I Join:
Stop on in anytime! Meetings are every Wednesday during the School Year.
President: Hannah Welsh
Contact us at CCHS 714.662.7485
See CCHS School calendar for our next scheduled showtimes