Albie Always

Join Albie Always

Your monthly donation supports people facing breast cancer in the greater Sacramento area.

Automatic donations can change lives

Join Albie Always with a monthly donation of $10 or more. After the set-up of your automatic donation, you can change the amount or cancel at any time.

Your support makes a difference

Thousands of people in the greater Sacramento area are facing breast cancer. Albie Always contributions are used to support breast cancer patients and the general operating needs of Albie Aware.

 

The one year impact: services and support Albie Aware provides:

  • $25 a month = Provides a person with a mammogram
  • $50 a month = Supports patient advocacy services
  • $80 a month = Translates information on breast cancer
  • $100 a month = Presents a breast health class
  • $200 a month = Launches a 3-month breast cancer awareness campaign
  • $400 a month = Arranges a mobile mammogram unit in the community

*These are estimated costs that will vary based on individual patient needs.

Our supporters recognize the importance of Albie Aware

Melanie Fathali

“I was touched by Doug Carson’s love and dedication to his late wife Albie Carson that he turned his loss into action. He is helping others thru a frightening time. His non-profit is helping women in the area that don’t have the means for immediate help and might feel all alone. I want to support this tremendous effort to comfort and save local women’s lives. I want to be a part of it.” ~ Melanie Fathili

“My wife found out about Albie Aware through our daughter, Melissa, who passed away from breast cancer in December 2018 on her 40th birthday. Melissa had received support from Albie Aware during the early stages of her cancer fight and was honored by them for her support for others. She found Albie Aware most meaningful since it is focused on helping women without a good support system (i.e. insurance, family) and only in the local Sacramento area. We liked that combination as well and have continued Melissa’s support for this wonderful group in her memory.” ~ David and Janet Wilhite