Pink Heals Joliet Area Chapter Mission Statement:

As the Pink Heals Joliet Area Chapter, we use the color Pink not for breast cancer but because it is the color of women! To us, it should not matter what type of illness she or her family has. We as a society have become such a caused based society, when the time has come that we all become people based. Our slogan and mission is simple.

We Support Women and Their Families, Not Causes!

Pink Heals is targeting people not diseases. Although our main focus is the fight against cancer, we are here to serve those in need, no matter the illness. We are setting the example by being a true non-profit. 100% of every single fundraised dollar stays right here in the community. We are all volunteers, even at the National level. We are truly a movement for the people by the people. We are providing an environment through the pink fire trucks that is about love and hope first and about money second. Our pink fire trucks and pink police cars inspire; they bring the feel of love and caring right to the doorsteps of those in need. We team up with the community’s local police and fire departments, show up with lights and sirens, and deliver flowers, inspiration, support, love and sometimes financial help to those in need.

Pink Heals National Tour

“The Pink Heals Tour" and the “Cares Enough to Wear Pink” program is about our community, our family, our neighbors, and our leaders and how it will help bring us back together to focus on our own people now, rather than on promises that were never kept, opportunities that were lost, and things that might have been. Pink will heal as long as we do it in service to our women and what they mean to us in our communities, not just because they are sick or stricken with cancer. Because if we use illness as the sole motivation for action, once the sickness is gone, so is our cause for coming together.” Dave Graybill (Pink Heals Founder)

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Our hearts are heavy this morning... we just heard that Patricia passed away last evening. She is no longer suffering. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Walden family. Please keep them in your prayers. Rest In Peace Patricia. 💗 ... See MoreSee Less

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Please keep the Helms family in your thoughts and prayers. We learned that Linda passed away this morning. We are heartbroken to hear this news. Rest In Peace Linda. Sending Love and Hugs to the Helms family. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are SO grateful to All American Recycling that has partnered with Pink Heals for the last three years!! We are so thankful for your continued support!!! A huge thank you to Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm as well for your support!! We live in an awesome community surrounded by amazing businesses!! Stop out to Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm on Oct 28th with your Cans... Thank you again to AAR and Siegel’s for your support!!!
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Save the Cans Drive at Siegel's Benefits Pink Heals Joliet

October 28, 2017, 10:00am - October 29, 2017, 6:00pm

Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm and Chicago’s All American Recycling come together to “Save the Cans”, an aluminum can recycling campaign to raise money for Pink Heals Joliet (pinkhealsjoliet.org/). Bring your bag of 10 aluminum cans to the Farm and receive $5 OFF Admission to Pumpkin Fest, and enjoy “Affordable Fun on the Farm™”. Our goal is to fill the All American Recycling's pink trailers to the brim, collecting 10,000lbs of aluminum. 100% of proceeds will go to Pink Heals Joliet and help individuals in need, receiving treatment for cancer, in our community.

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National Tour and Joliet Area Chapter at Troy Fire Station in August 2013
National Tour Members with Michelle from Joliet at her home visit in July 2014