Second Annual Bahamas "Cruise for a Cause" Offered by Denise's Breast Cancer Survivor's Foundation

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Reservations are being taken for the Second Annual Breast Cancer Survivor’s Cruise to the Bahamas, hosted by Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization based in Stormville, NY, that donates a portion of the proceeds to help breast cancer patients and survivors, their families, and their caregivers. Open to the public, the cruise is offered to men and women who are currently receiving breast cancer treatments, breast cancer survivors, caretakers, families, friends, and anyone who simply wishes to enjoy a relaxing vacation knowing they are, at the same time, helping individuals who are coping with cancer.

Denise's Breast Cancer Survivor's Foundation offers help and hope to those in need

I outlived and survived my diagnosis and want others to know there is help. I am grateful to be in a position to now offer hope, support, and comfort to others in need to get through their journey.

Reservations are being taken for the Second Annual Breast Cancer Survivor’s Cruise to the Bahamas, hosted by Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization based in Stormville, NY. Sponsors include Denise’s Travel Agency, Hopewell Junction, NY, and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), Miami, Florida. Guests depart for the four-day cruise from Miami on Monday, April 28, 2014, aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s elegant “Norwegian Sky,” with ports of call at Nassau Bahamas, Grand Bahamas Island, and Great Stirrup Cay.

The “Cruise for a cause” is raising funds to help breast cancer patients and survivors, their families, and caregivers through Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation to continue its work.

“I outlived and survived my diagnosis and want others to know there is help,” says Denise Robinson, founder of Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation and Denise’s Travel Agency and herself a breast cancer survivor. “I know by personal experience that everyone who is experiencing this illness is facing hardships on multiple levels in some form or fashion whether it is emotional, physical, and financial or a combination of them all. I am grateful to be in a position to now offer help, support, and comfort to others in need to get through their journey. That is why I have created Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor’s Foundation, and why I am pleased to offer this life-affirming ‘Cruise for a cause’ for the second year.”

Open to the public, the cruise is offered to men and women who are currently receiving breast cancer treatments, breast cancer survivors, caretakers, families, friends, and anyone who simply wishes to enjoy a relaxing vacation knowing they are, at the same time, helping individuals who are coping with cancer. Activities include a welcome cocktail party, workshops, guest speakers, and other special group functions, with plenty of free time for enjoying the tropics. “Come join us as we celebrate life!” says Mrs. Robinson.

There are a range of special price options, starting at$400 for an inside cabin, $520 for an ocean view, and $699 for a balcony. Prices are subject to change and are per person based on double occupancy, and include cruise fare, meals, group activities, port charges and fees. Airfare, gratuities, and transfers are additional.

Early bird registration deposit is $25 until September 30, 2013; after that date, deposits are $100 per person. An additional deposit of $150 is due by December 1, 2013.

For more information about the cruise or to make a reservation, contact Denise Robinson at 845-592-1458 or email denisestravelagency(at)gmail(dot)com.

For more information on Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor Foundation, visit http://www.denisescancersurvivorfoundation.org.

ABOUT DENISE’S BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR’S FOUNDATION
Denise’s Breast Cancer Survivor Foundation is dedicated to assisting those who are having hardship due to breast cancer by building up hope, developing faith, providing encouragement and support by giving information, resources and spiritual guidance to increase their knowledge as well as financial assistance to help the stress that comes along with breast cancer.

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