Rady Lady, LLC

 

 

 

 

Rady LadyTMis:


Encouraging

Women

Everywhere! 

 

Rady lady is a lamb      representing

'Ladies Aware of Mammogram Benefits'.

 

Rady Lady's awareness tag is useful for women undergoing a mammogram for the first time, or is a new tradition where Rady Lady tags along to each mammogram.
 
Visit the Products page to purchase Rady Lady for Ewe, or for a loved one.
 
Fundraise with Rady Lady!
 
 

 

 

 

 

Ewe can help with Johnny's 1st Annual Polar Plunge 4 Pat!!

Let's get Johnny jumping in the LAKE by reaching his 1,000.00 goal for Pat!  Pat Burcham is taking chemo treatments now for her fight against breast cancer. 

Donate $35.00, receive a doll of your choice! The Plunge receives $25.00 for every $35.00 donation and you receive a doll to give to a loved one making them aware of mammograms, to a loved one going through the fight, or to a survivor.   When donating, select which doll you will want to receive and provide the address you would like it sent to.  

 

DONATE to $35 to Survive on the Products Page!

Rady LadyTM

Ladies Aware of Mammogram BenefitsTM
 For mammogram awareness and women facing or going through a diagnosis of breast cancer.
 
 
 
Rady LadyTM is a doll in the form of a lamb,
Take her along to your annual mammogram
 
Rady is a reminder to keep you aware,
Of the benefits of mammograms for women everywhere.
 
Her ribbon-shaped horns bring awareness to cancer,
Should you face the diagnosis, peace through faith is the answer.
 
Good news or uncertain, let Rady calm your fears,
Just hug her tightly, should your eyes shed tears.
 
Rady will be there through any distress,
Allow your faith to take care of the rest.
 
 
 
Copyright 2012 Sherry Nance All Rights Reserved
 
 
 
 
 
  Rady Lady can help your Team or Business fundraise!
                                   Inquire at RadyLady4Ewe@gmail.com 
What Started All of This?

 

 

It was a passion that I came to realize after over 2 years of running a freestanding imaging center. Women seemed to let go of their feelings & emotions, the things they held deep down when the setting allowed them to feel comfortable while having a mammogram. This setting included privacy, learning, expression by journaling, fun by hooping, honor, memory, and participation by securing a pink or yellow ribbon to body forms as instructed by a poem, relief by art, warmth and expertise by professional mammographers and radiologists, and finally...something soft and huggable they could hold and believe in when reading words describing what they were there for...and take along with them.

 


Sherry Nance, MHA, RT-R,N, CNMT