Help Support Brides Against Breast Cancer

27 Miracles wants to invite all of the brides that are able to travel to Orlando to the Brides Against Breast Cancer Wedding Gown Sale on Sunday February 24, 2013 from 11am -4pm.

Rosie Moore, Master Bridal Consultant is very passionate about this organization.  She was passionate before and then when she lost her good friend and fellow employee Adriana, she knew that she had to make a difference somehow.

27 Miracles will donate part of the proceeds from the Angela Nuran Shoes when purchased to the Brides Against Breast Cancer.  So when you are done shopping for your gown on Sunday, give 27 Miracles a call 407-905-5454 to purchase your shoes.

 

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Donation with Purchase

Angela Nuran Shoes are now available for purchase from 27 Miracles Wedding Consulting. Call today to purchase your shoes. For each shoe that is purchased, a donation will be made to the Brides Against Breast Cancer See the styles here http://www.angelanuran.com/

Watch a happy Bride with her shoes from early am until late at night.

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What is Brides Against Breast Cancer?

Brides Against Breast Cancer contributes to programs for cancer patients and their families. Our outreach and educational efforts during our “Tour of Gowns” bridal shows around the country help ensure that people impacted by cancer have the resources and information they need in their battle with cancer.

Brides Against Breast Cancer Nationwide “Tour of Gowns”

With more than 32 yearly shows, the “Tour of Gowns” provides brides-to-be with an opportunity to find their dream gown (at an incredible savings) while making wishes and dreams come true for women and men who are losing their fight against breast cancer.

The worldwide support of designers, manufacturers, bridal shops and individuals (who donate a most treasured possession) make possible the Nationwide Tour of Gowns sales. The proceeds from these events help bring a moment of joy into world of someone for whom a cure is too late.

“Tour of Gowns” Comes to Orlando 2010

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Adriana Yanez of Deltona died on Feb. 20 after a battle with breast cancer. Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation granted her a wish: to reimburse a friend, who paid $2,000 to fly Yanez’s parents from Venezuela to Florida to be with her. Yanez died before the wish was granted.

Orlando Sentinel Article, March 14th, 2010

Beverly Zaldivar slipped into six or seven wedding gowns before she found the “one” at the Brides Against Cancer’s nationwide Tour of Gowns in Orlando. She did not plan to spend that much on a dress, but the off-white Lila Couture was a steal at the discounted price of $559. Zaldivar was willing to splurge. After all, she never dreamed of trying on a wedding gown after a battle with breast cancer — one she thought she was going to loss.

“When I was going through chemotherapy, I sat down with my dogs and I told them mom is going.” Zaldivar, 55, said.

Zaldivar, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2000, is undergoing reconstruction on her right breast after it was removed. As a survivor, she said it was important she find a dress there for her Aug. 28 wedding in Spring Hill.

The money from the gown sales goes to the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation based in Portland, Ore. The nonprofit group grants wishes for men and women battling terminal breast cancer. In the U.S., a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes and a woman dies from the disease every 13 minutes, according to the nonprofit.

Many cancer patients ask to go to Orlando’s theme parks for one last family vacation, said Elise Enloe, the state coordinator for the Brides Against Breast Cancer. “They spend every last penny on their doctor’s appointments and day care [when] they have to go to chemotherapy. There’s nothing left for fun vacations,” she said.

The nonprofit has granted wishes to more than 60 people, according to their Web site.

Adriana Yanez of Deltona was one of them. A friend, also a single mom, decided to pay $2,000 to fly her parents from Venezuela to Central Florida after her health began to deteriorate rapidly and fund-raising was trickling in. “She really wanted her mom there. … She had no family here,” said Rosie Moore, another friend involved in the fund-raising.

But Yanez dreamed of paying back the money. Moore, a volunteer with the Tour of Gowns, connected her to the nonprofit. “It meant the world for her that someone was willing to help,” said Moore, a wedding planner from Windermere. Yanez, 44, lost her battle to cancer Feb. 20 before Making Moments could provide her the money. But her wish did not go unheard.

Making Memories plans to drop in the mail a check for her friend on Monday, said spokeswoman Erin Scharf.

The Tour of Gowns kicked off Friday at The University Club at 150 E. Central Blvd. More than 900 dresses were donated by designers, manufactures and stores. They are priced from $99 to $3,000, but most run between $700 and $1,500. Brides-to-be can still shop on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enloe expects about 80 to 100 women at the three-day event.

Danielle Damato, 33, drove from Ocala in search of a gown for her upcoming wedding. Like most women at the event, cancer has affected people in Damato’s life. Her friend was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her father had skin cancer removed from his head. And her mother, Patricia Damato, is battling lymphoma.

Patricia Damato, of Crystal River, said shopping for the dress with her daughter gives her a chance to look to a brighter future and “not to dwell” on her battle with cancer.

“I want to think of the future — her wedding. … I’d like to see Danielle give me a grandchild,” she said.

Zaldivar said the event also encourages the brides-to-be to care for their health. Zaldivar caught the breast cancer in its early stages after a self-examination.“Make sure you get your check-ups … depend on yourself,” she said.

Eloísa Ruano González can be reached at egonzalez@orlandosentinel.com or 407-650-6673.

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Wouldn’t You Love to Propose Like This?

Gentlemen, how about proposing like this to your special lady?  October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, However Breast Cancer does not just come around in October.  It is all year round 24/7.  Having said that 27 Miracles wants to let you  know that they have the Angela Nuran Shoes available for purchase and with each shoe that is purchased, we will donate part of the proceeds to Brides Against Breast Cancer http://www.bridesabc.org/

Contact us today at 407-905-5454 or infor@27miraclesbyrosie.com to purchase yrou shoes today.

If you are a groom to be and would like assistance with coordinating this special proposal, give us a call and we can arrange that for you to make this a moment to treasure 407-905-5454

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Two Years Ago Today A Woman Loses Her Battle With Breast Cancer

It was two years ago today that a woman named Adriana Yanez lost her battle with breast cancer.  But I know that now she rests in a better place and her legacy of what she stood for lives on.  The legacy to educate women of all ages about how important self breast exams are and mammograms.

Adriana Yanez of Deltona died on Feb. 20, 2010 after a battle with breast cancer. Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation granted her a wish: to reimburse a friend, who paid $2,000 to fly Yanez’s parents from Venezuela to Florida to be with her. Yanez died before the wish was granted.

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In the U.S., a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes and a woman dies from the disease every 13 minutes.  Adriana Yanez of Deltona was one of the recipients of a wish granted through Making Memories. A friend, also a single mom, decided to pay $2,000 to fly her parents from Venezuela to Central Florida after her health began to deteriorate rapidly and fund-raising was trickling in. She really wanted her mom there. … She had no family here.

But Yanez dreamed of paying back the money. It meant the world for her that someone was willing to help.  Yanez, 44, lost her battle to cancer Feb. 20, 2012 before Making Moments could provide her the money. But her wish did not go unheard. Making Memories dropped a check in the mail to pay back her friend .

How can you help today? Do your self breast exam and see a doctor asap if you find a lump and get your routine mammograms.  Another way that you can help is to purchase shoes from 27 Miracles today,  http://www.angelanuran.com/  for every shoe purchased 27 Miracles is donating proceeds to the Making Memories pink envelope project.

Another way to help is to purchase the book called A Story of Faith directly through 27 Miracles and let us know that you read about it on this blog and 27 Miracles will donate again from the proceeds to Making Memories pink envelope project.  Here is the link to the book to receive information.  You can contact 27 Miracles by email info@27miraclesbyrosie.com or call us at 407-905-5454 to order your book today.

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