Woodlands Middle School Holds 13th Annual Paint The Path Pink Fundraiser Benefiting The Rose

By: Chaniece Vaughns
| Published 03/02/2020

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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- The staff, students and parents of Mitchell Intermediate School will hold the 13th Annual Paint the Path Pink event on Saturday, March 28 beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Paint the Path Pink began in 2007 and was inspired by two teachers whose wives were diagnosed with breast cancer at the same time. The event features an auction and 5K run, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting The Rose, a nonprofit breast health organization serving Houston and the surrounding 40 counties, including Montgomery County.

Since 2018, Mitchell Intermediate School has partnered with The Rose on this event, raising just over $50,000 to date. The school’s goal fundraising goal for 2020 is $15,000.

“We all have a friend, relative, teacher or loved one who has been affected by breast cancer,” said Dorothy Gibbons, CEO and Co-Founder of The Rose. “For the last two years, the students, staff and parents of Mitchell Intermediate School have provided an opportunity for patients in our communities to have a fighting chance. We wouldn’t be able to do this without them.”

To make a donation or register for the event, click here. Registration ends on Friday, March 6. To schedule interviews, please contact Mageida Sopon at mageida@medley-inc.com.

About The Rose
As a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, The Rose is one of only 14 Breast Centers in the greater Houston area to receive this designation. Led by Fellowship trained physicians, The Rose’s advanced digital technology includes 3-D tomosynthesis mammography, diagnostic work-ups including biopsies and its nationally recognized Patient Navigation Program ensures access to treatment and a continuum of care for all women. Since 1986, The Rose has led strong advocacy efforts for quality breast healthcare, and been on the forefront of innovation in breast healthcare. As a major specialty care provider within the Healthcare Safety Net system, The Rose is considered to be a leading nonprofit in breast healthcare. Annually, The Rose serves 40,000 insured and uninsured women and men. With two Houston-based comprehensive Breast Diagnostic Centers and a Mobile Mammography Health Program, The Rose provides services to women throughout 41 counties in Southeast Texas.

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