Pink Is My Power Color African American Women Breast Cancer Organization


Jacqueline Hawthorne Evans is a wife and mother of twins and a grandmother. In 2019,
she was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer Stage 2, she embraced the
diagnosis and journey through chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation along with oral
chemo meds for 6 months.
During the journey, God led her to be an advocate and ambassador to Pink Is My Power
Color African American Women Breast Cancer Organization, aka “P.I.M.P.-C.” She
created this organization for women of color to embrace their own personal journey
through her non-profit organization. During her journey she realized that there wasn’t an
organization that looked like her in this region. She had to learn that it’s a great disparity
amongst black women and a high mortality rate. Women of color often don’t know
where to get resources and sometimes feel like they are the only one going through this
obstacle.
 
June 2023, she was diagnosed for the second time with breast cancer which has
metastasized to other areas of her body. Her faith is higher today than that of yesterday
as this has been and currently is a “faith walk.”
P.I.M.P.-C is such an amazing organization that is uniquely designed to walk with
women in their personalize journey. Whatever our sisters need we are there to assist
with everyday challenges. We are helping with copayments and assisting with meds
through our financial assistance program.  
If I can do it, then you can too in any area of your life. But the key is to allow God to lead
you.

Founder | Pink Is My Power Color African American Women Breast Cancer
Organization 
513-467-8441
P.O Box 40580, Cincinnati, OH 
contact@pimpc.org

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