In Memory of Ethel Precht
Ethel Mae LeBleu Precht 1937 - 2017
Ethel started a breast cancer walk in 2004 to assist local breast cancer survivors in Cameron and Calcasieu Parishes. Thanks to tremendous local support, in 2008, she started a non profit organization named The Ethel Precht HOPE Breast Cancer Foundation, Incorporated. The impact of having breast cancer at age 50 and surviving it changed her life and our community forever.
The Foundation was formed in 2008 with the sole mission of providing 100% of proceeds directly to individuals in the Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes who are going through breast cancer treatment.
MAKE A DONATION
All donations can be mailed to: Ethel Precht Hope Breast Cancer Program of WCCH, 701 Cypress Street, Sulphur, LA 70663
If you would like to donate online to the Ethel Precht Breast Cancer Program of WCCH, please click on the link below:
The WCCH Foundation is honored to carry out Ethel’s vision and legacy through the Ethel Precht Hope Breast Cancer Walk of WCCH. Funds raised will provide financial assistance and support to breast cancer patients and survivors in the parishes of Calcasieu and Cameron, in the form of:
– Medical expense coverage (including mammograms and genetic testing)
– Bras and special wear support garments
– Lymphedema sleeves
We’ve seen firsthand the positive impact the Ethel Precht Hope Breast Cancer Foundation has made in the lives of breast cancer patients and survivors here in Southwest Louisiana and we will continue to meet the needs of local breast cancer patients and survivors in our community.
PINK CRUSADES SUPPORT GROUP
The WCCH Pink Crusade Breast Cancer Support Group meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. in the WCCH Board Room. Attendees will be provided with answers to common questions surrounding breast cancer and will receive support through every aspect of their disease.
There is no charge to attend these monthly meetings. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call (337) 528-7320.
Special Thanks To Our Sponsors
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
As we honor those who have battled breast cancer.