Anna Kril (Founder & President) and Laura Jean Hawkins (Advisory Board Chair) helped spread the love this Valentine’s Day at the Queens Cancer Center in Jamaica, New York. Anna and […]
Finding Comfort & Friends at our September 25th Craft Therapy Workshop
This therapy workshop, part of our regular Survivor Support Group meetings, was organized by SHAREing & CAREing. Regardless if they are going through cancer treatment or recovery, the participants of […]
Survivors Support Group: Post-COVID-19 Get Together on August 12, 2021
21 members attended this Kick-Off Post COVID-19 Support Group, which was led by Anna Kril, President & Founder of SHAREing & CAREing and two times breast cancer survivor; and the […]
Governor Cuomo Announces $3.5 Billion in Assistance for Renters and Small Businesses
$2.7 Billion Rental Assistance Program to Provide Funding for Eligible Households Experiencing Financial Hardship; Online Applications Accepted Starting June 1 $800 Million Small Business Recovery Grant Program to Provide Funding to […]
BABC Cancelled—We Need Your GoFundMe Support!
We need your help now more than ever. We are heartened and hopeful that despite the cancellation of Bikers Against Breast Cancer, one of our biggest annual fundraisers, for the second year in a row, NYCHOG and HD of NYC have still marshalled their resources to support us by setting up a public GoFundMe fundraiser that anyone, biker or not, can donate to.
Support SHAREing & CAREing on Amazon
We are very excited to share that SHAREing & CAREing is successfully registered with AmazonSmile. Under this program, Amazon users can select a charity which will benefit from their purchases. […]
Ponce Bank Health Outreach
Thank you to the Astoria Branch of Ponce Bank, who hosted a SHAREing & CAREing health outreach in mid-October, allowing us to reach out to Queens community members with important […]
SHAREing & CAREing Mourns Passing of Co-Founder Lucille Hartmann
Lucille Hartmann, one of the original co-founders of SHAREing & CAREing has passed away after a long illness. As the former District Manager of Community Board 1 in Queens, Lucille was a beloved member of the Astoria-Long Island City community. She will be missed by all who knew her. Her fellow co-founders as well as the Board and Staff of SHAREing & CAREing extend their deepest sympathy to her family and loved ones.