Welcome to the White Aisle Foundation
The White Aisle Foundation was established to honor the life of Rebecca Garrison-Sokoloff, founder and owner of The White Aisle, who died of melanoma on November 13, 2011. The foundation raises funds for melanoma research and patient support, as well as for other charities that Rebecca supported during her life.
Move against Melanoma
It's time for our second annual Move against Melanoma campaign! Join an event or plan an event of your own! Help us make melanoma a curable disease.
Many thanks to the Princeton Center for Dermatology for helping us kick off this year's campaign by including us in their fourth annual Sun Safety Awareness Walk on April 11. People of all ages--and some pets as well--showed up to support sun safety awareness and melanoma research. We all enjoyed a walk in the park on a beautiful spring day, lots of great sun safety samples and information, great raffle prizes, and delicious treats from our favorite restaurant, Acacia.
Malas to Cure Melanoma
Saturday, May 30
noon - 7 p.m.
Hill House, Ruscombe Community Health Center
Registration is now open for our second annual Malas to Cure Melanoma, a day of Yoga to raise awareness and money for melanoma research, on Saturday, May 30th. Sign up to do a whole or partial mala of 108 sun salutations and ask your friends to sponsor you, or just come support our participants and enjoy:
Black Ribbon Run in New Orleans and a May event in Palm Springs!
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