The mission of the White Dress Project is to galvanize support and promote national awareness about the fibroid epidemic among women domestically and globally through education, research and advocacy. The White Dress Project is an organization dedicated to raising funds for research and awareness for uterine fibroids
White Dress Pledge
I promise to: •Proudly wear my white dress, which symbolizes strength, courage and perseverance. •Increase awareness of the White Dress Project and fibroids to help others •Support my sisters dealing with fibroids and its symptoms.
Tanika Gray - Founder's Story
Why am I doing this? The reason I started The White Dress Project is very personal. My mother lost two sets of twins due to fibroids and I was the only one of her children who survived, so it was very important to me to have a voice for the millions of women who have suffered the same way my mother did. I wanted an organization which could serve in memory of my lost brothers and sisters. I also have had a challenging fight with fibroids. I have had excessive bleeding, abdominal bloating and cramping for much of my life. Last July, I underwent a myomectomy and had 27 fibroids removed, and during my recovery knew that I had to do something to bring awareness to this condition. Earlier this year, I met with state representative, Alisha Thomas Morgan, and she sponsored a resolution that was passed through the House of Representatives declaring July Fibroid Awareness Month, HR 1898 in the state of Georgia.
Board of Directors
Kim Poma Dulna Aubourg Yunice Emir Alicia Johnson
Advisory Board Members
Dr. Melinda Miller-Thrasher Dr. Nian Gilbert Tiffany Dufu Pearline Gray James Valbrun
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