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The Grace Project: Sharing Vulnerability – Seattle, WA
March 12 @ 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
The Veterans Training Support Center is PROUD to host The Athena Division of The Grace Project. The Grace Project is an empowering photographic project by fine art photographer Charise Isis that captures the courage beauty and grace of those who have had mastectomy surgery as a result of breast cancer. The Athena Division takes up arms with those enlisted in the battle against breast cancer and body image. True warriors, the subject of the photographs, are United States Veterans and active military personnel, women accustomed and trained for battle. According to a 2009 DoD study, it was found that their service gave up to a 40% increased risk of developing breast cancer.
- Join us on April 12th for a Meet & Learn about The Athena Division of The Grace Project | 5-7pm (Seats limited)
- Opportunities to have your portrait captured and included into The Athena Division of The Grace Project on April 12th | 10am-4pm
- Portland Photoshoot Sunday, April 16th
Learn more about The Athena Division of The Grace Project
Get involved with The Grace Project and have your portrait captured. Learn more and sign up HERE
Any person who has had a mastectomy as a result of breast cancer is welcome to participate in The Grace Project. All breast cancer stages, all levels of healing (from fresh scars and drains, to radiation treatment, to years out of treatment, to those who have stage iv and all forms and choices of (or lack of) reconstruction. Cancer does not discriminate and The Grace Project is a diverse project. All body types and ethnicities and ages are encouraged to participate.
To be held in Seattle or greater Seattle area