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!
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 Scoop: Guests gathered at the specialty men’s shoe store to support Cancer Below the Belt, an organization founded by interior designer Kelly Amen to raise awareness and reduce the stigma about prostate cancer. Amen, a prostate cancer survivor, says he is always looking for ways to put the “ease back in disease” and came up up the fun idea to launch a campaign for supporters to be photographed in their skivvies, with the hashtag #GetCaughtWithYourPantsDown.”
“After a long day, the first thing on one’s mind is getting home and changing into something more comfortable. For the second year in a row, Cancer Below the Belt partners with Mezlan Shoes in The Galleria to invite guests to keep their shoes on, drop their pants and smile for the camera — all for a good cause.”
“Two events were held at our Houston Galleria Store recently benefiting charity Cancer Below the Belt, a local Houston Charity founded and operated by interior designer and home décor artist Kelly Gale Amen.”
“Who knows why we have such taboo feelings about the many “below the belt” cancers. Perhaps because we just started talking publicly about any cancer in the last few decades, or maybe it’s simply the nature of where on the body these cancers lie. In any case, celebrated Houston interior designer Kelly Amen’s organization, Cancer Below the Belt, is on a crusade to end the stigma associated with the 12 cancers one can develop in that region.”
Kelly Gale Amen and Meryl Cohen speak with radio host E’Delano Craine discussing Cancer Below The Belt and the upcoming “Pants Down Party” on February 9th, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm at La Griglia on West Grey St. in Houston Texas. To learn more about the event visit www.cancerbelowthebelt.com for updates.
HOUSTON, TX – It’s no secret that cancer can strike anyone, at any age, in any part of their body. But when it comes to certain types of cancer such as prostate, ovarian or colon, silence can also be a killer.
“In 1993, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer,” said artist and interior designer Kelly Gale Amen. “I was too young. I had no symptoms. I had no idea that I could be ill.”
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Cancer Below The Belt was active until 2020. This website exists in its memory, to honor the contribution our partners have made to patients worldwide.