We are so grateful to be collaborating with a woman as incredible as Ms. Jolie Carpenter-Berry. Her mission and vision align with ours, which goes to create a match made in heaven. Jolie, thank you for your continuous support.
Friends of Cancer Below The Belt, make sure to follow Jolie on Instagram at @joliecarpenterberry to stay up to date with her incredible projects and endeavours. We will meet you there!
KGA and CBTB were featured as covers in the 2020 Social Book. The Interior and Exteriors section features a photo layout of the eye of KGA including fabrics, furniture and designs while the CBTB branded pages features the CBTB portrait series and the stunning CBTB pillow cabinet with hand chain stitched silk pillows.
We found a survivor from this cancer to showcase in our Cancer Portrait Series. If you, a friend, or family member is a survivor of another cancer below the belt, please contact us at Cancer Below the Belt and tell us your story. You may end up in our gallery of inspiration, providing encouragement to the thousands of others who must face the uncertainties and fears that come with a positive diagnosis for cancer.
Cancer Below the Belt teamed up with Baylor College of Medicine to spread awareness through a community outreach at the Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church on September 28th 2019 at their Raymond Whitley Jr. Prostate Screening Event.
The event promoted the importance of screening and cancer prevention.
KGA and Cancer Below the Belt teamed up with IVBars of Houston Heights to spread awareness through exchanges and partnerships at the HWE Health and Wellness expo on Feburary 24th 2019 at the Houston Hyatt Regency Downtown.
The event promoted local businesses. While the expo encourage a fun spin on business, lively conversation, and enthusiasm for new ideas and perspectives.
The Cancer Below the Belt Portraits are now at their new home at the Baylor College of Medicines Epidemiology and Population Sciences.
Melissa Bondy, Ph.D., professor of medicine-epidemiology and population sciences at Baylor College of Medicine, saw the potential educational benefits of the art early on and arranged for it to be permanently displayed at the College.
The reception was an overwhelming success with attendance from many supporters, students, administrators of BCM and the medical community.