Welcome to In the Pink
People often ask us about how In the Pink came to be. We are dedicating this page to the story behind its conception. For information about our services, please click on the specific location.
In the Pink is a non-profit (501c3) boutique serving women, men, and children with all types of cancer. This unique concept is the only one of it's kind in the nation. We have everything in one location that the cancer patient will need during treatment. It is our hope that you will be able to find what you need here. If not, please ask. Most often, we can assist you in getting something that we don't know about yet! The cancer industry is ever-changing and we try to keep up, so please keep us informed if you hear about an item we may need to know about. We appreciate your help in making us the best we can be.
To our Sarasota Customers We are currently in negotiations with someone interested in our business and acquiring our clients. This will not be complete until the end of the year (we hope it is by then). If they do purchase our business, it will not be in the same location, the name of the place…Read More
Dear Sarasota Customers, As many of you know, 2022 has brought many challenges to In the Pink. I would call it the “perfect storm.” Beginning with COVID restrictions that limited our fundraising activities and changed all of our ways of life. Then our Store Manager left in February to move north with only two weeks…Read More
Please understand that In the Pink is suffering the same delays as everyone in the country with regard to shipping. Once your order has been received, we will call you immediately. In the Pink apologizes for these delays, but they are not in our control. Here is an example of what we receive daily from…Read More
Florida Cancer Connect also has support for caregivers JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis visited Jacksonville on Wednesday to announce the launch of a website to help Floridians who have cancer and their loved ones navigate coverage and find providers, treatment options, nonprofits and other resources for day-to-day life. The website is FLCancerConnect.com.…Read More
In the Pink & Infinite Wishes Foundation partnered to surprise one of our breast cancer survivors with golf clubs this week. Stacy Palmer is a Stage IV Cancer Survivor and we couldn’t be happier to have been able to do this for her and her beautiful family. THANK YOU, THANK YOU AND THANK YOU!! I…Read More
Original article on Jacksonville.com email@example.com, (904) 359-4272 Three women received a golden apple Friday to honor their contributions to the community. They were recipients of the Times-Union’s EVE Awards, an annual celebration of Jacksonville-area women in education, volunteerism and employment. This was the 42nd EVE Awards ceremony, which has honored nearly 150 local women since…Read More