Gainesville Phoenix Woman’s Club 12th Annual Luncheon
Benefiting the “For Her Glory” Foundation,
Arts and Crafts Columnist, Mark Ballard, Guest Speaker

Gainesville Phoenix Woman’s Club is sponsoring their 12th Annual Luncheon to support “For Her Glory” Foundation. This Foundation was started by former Phoenix Member Judy Piotrowski. The mission is to preserve the dignity, self-esteem, and sense of well-being of cancer survivors who need wigs, prostheses, mastectomy bras, or other items as a result of chemically induced baldness or a mastectomy. For Her Glory fund seeks to help restore the quality of life for those cancer survivors who cannot financially secure these products through other resources

Established in Loving Memory of Judy Piotrowski

This fund was founded by Judy Piotrowski, her husband Scott Piotrowski and close friends Jackie and Counte Cooley in August 2004. The mission statement of the “For Her Glory” fund is to preserve the dignity, self esteem and sense of well-being of cancer survivors who need wigs, prostheses, mastectomy bras or other items as a result of chemically induced baldness or a mastectomy. The “For Her Glory” fund seeks to help restore the quality of life for those cancer survivors who cannot financially secure these products through other resources.

For Her Glory Story

Judy PiotrowskiJudy Piotrowski underwent a mastectomy for breast cancer on July 3, 1995. On that date, her battle began with breast cancer. Her courageous battle lasted nine years, with several reoccurrences, until her death on August 27, 2004. In August 2003, Judy was hospitalized. Judy’s oncologist informed us that she would not survive the night, but she did and once again began the healing process. Everyone around Judy knew this was a miracle; however, being a miracle was difficult for Judy. She was compelled to search for answers: What am I supposed to do? Why did God save me? What is my purpose?

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