There was pink everywhere at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls on Pink Day, Wednesday, Feb. 7.
Pink banners, posters, steamers and a sea of pink-wearing students and faculty filled the hallways and classrooms to show support for breast and ovarian cancer awareness.
Students sold doughnuts, potato kugel, phone stickers, raffle tickets and more, with the proceeds — $2,458 — going to Sharsheret, an organization was created to provide support and direction for Jewish women with these cancers.
The girls heard from a beloved member of the staff who shared her incredible story of recovery from breast cancer. Her inspirational words of hashgacha prati and emunah made Pink Day at SKA especially meaningful.