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Fundraiser Event - Feb 10 - Jeannine Quinn’s Journey

Fundraiser Event - Feb 10 - Jeannine Quinn’s Journey

Join us in this community event to show our love, support and raise some much needed funds for our dear client and friend Jeannine Quinn.

*please save the date: Feb 10

We are putting together a fun event on Friday - February 10, 2023 from 4-8:30 pm to benefit Jeannine Quinn’s Pancreatic Cancer Journey.

This lively event will feature:

•Demo classes( join one class or all!)



•Silent Auction


Please more about Jeannine’s journey in the Go Fund Me link below:

100% of the proceeds are going to the cause.

How can you help?

*buy a ticket and participate in the event 
*take part in the raffles, silent auction
*make a donation to the Go Fund Me page directly
*help us promote the event


 Link to buy tickets for event here


We thank all the instructors who are donating their time and skills - raffle prize donors - silent auction items donors and event helpers!

If you have questions or suggestions, please send us a direct message!

Gracias! ❤️🙏

Jeannine’s Journey: 

Jeannine Quinn has had a successful career in corporate Human Resources
for more than 35 years. She is a certified Life Coach, Health Coach and Personal Trainer. One of Jeannine’s bigger passions is dance. She has competed in ballroom dance in the U.S, Canada, the Caribbean and South America.
She has been volunteering her time to coach with “Up With Women”, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless and at-risk women build sustainable careers.
Guided by her positive energy, endless determination, and zest for life, she succeeded in uncovering her true potential to live a full life regardless of any challenges. It is with this spirit that Jeannine underwent a life saving Whipple Surgery in July 2020.
As a pancreatic cancer survivor, she endeavored to support other pancreatic cancer patients, and became a peer volunteer with Wellspring in 2021.
Unfortunately, in July of this year, the pancreatic cancer metastasized to her brain, and Jeannine had to have a craniotomy. Following the surgery, she was paralyzed for 3 weeks. She is currently undergoing therapy as her mobility is still limited.
Nevertheless, Jeannine continues her quest to raise awareness about the unknown risks of pancreatic cancer. She continues to inspire as she exhibits the true meaning of resilience and hope.
At this point in her cancer journey, future treatment is still unknown and the care that goes with it.
Medical expenses for physical therapy and in-home care for all activities related to daily living add up very quickly. Of course private insurance can only cover a small portion.
Any financial support that you are able to
provide to help cover the costs of these medical & in-home care expenses would be greatly appreciated.


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