Last year, Susan G. Komen affiliates awarded more than $93 million in needs-based community grants. While this degree of support may seem generous, it’s important to understand that it took us many years to get here and there is never enough money to fund all of the tremendous programs dedicated to finding a cure. For small, highly-specialized […]

Nancy Brinker’s Speech At The Abu Dhabi Ideas Festival

March 2, 2018 Remarks prepared for delivery. Thank you for inviting me. This is an incredible conference, and I am honored to have a part in it as we discuss the possibility of creating a world without the threat of death from cancer. I am here today because of a promise. My sister Suzy was […]

The 2018 Perfect Pink Party

Our success in spreading awareness and raising resources to fight breast cancer This past weekend, advocates, researchers, donors and survivors celebrated the eighth annual Perfect Pink Party in Palm Beach. From the bridge lighting ceremony at the Lake Pavilion in West Palm Beach in support of Komen South Florida Race for the Cure to the […]

Brinker: Fund to help displaced Puerto Ricans, others with breast care

January 8, 2018 Palm Beach Daily News  Palm Beacher and Susan G. Komen founder Nancy Brinker is helping spearhead a new fundraising initiative aimed at connecting cancer care providers with two vulnerable populations in South Florida — people in financial need and those who have moved to Florida from Puerto Rico and other areas following recent hurricanes. […]

America needs more ambassadors and we need them now

By Nancy G. Brinker September 24, 2017 FOX News America stands in the midst of great challenges at home and threats from abroad. If we fail in our duty to sustain and foster stronger ties between nations, then we run the risk of fracturing centuries-old alliances that have served to keep our people safe and […]

Washington must reset healthcare reform

By Nancy G. Brinker August 1, 2017 The Hill Americans have access to the best healthcare in the world, yet the way it is sold, administered, and even legislated is more befitting of a third-world country than our exceptional nation. We have the tools and resources to reform this broken system and set it on […]

Joe Lieberman’s Virtues

By Nancy G. Brinker June 9, 2017 The Daily Caller The Republican Party occupies more real estate inside the federal government and state houses across the country today than at any other point in the last 100 years. This was largely accomplished because the party offered an attainable vision for the country that was predicated […]

History Provides a Path Forward on Healthcare Reform

By Nancy G. Brinker May 16, 2017 Newsmax President Reagan was a visionary. Few of his contemporaries gave him credit, but history has judged our 40th President as such. On his desk in the Oval Office sat a plaque that read: “There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can […]