Join us in-person at the Junior League of Birmingham or online on Zoom for this important conversation about end of life decisions.
Hosted by Forge Breast Cancer Survivor Center and the Junior League of Birmingham, this in person and virtual roundtable series tackles cancer topics that are crucial but difficult to discuss. The events start at 11:30 a.m. with free lunch provided. Panel starts at 12:00 p.m. at the Junior League of Birmingham auditorium, 2212 20th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35223.
Whether we are dealing with cancer or any other disease, making end of life and palliative care decisions in advance is important. Our panel of experts will discuss what decisions need to be made, documents that need to be created, and the emotional toll these decisions can bring to patients and loved ones. There will be open discussion and questions from the audience after the panel discussion.
About our partner, the Junior League of Birmingham (JLB):
As one of the largest volunteer service organizations in Alabama, the Junior League of Birmingham is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The JLB recognizes improving health outcomes and overall well-being is fundamental to creating a vibrant community to live, learn, work, worship and play. Healthy children and adults are better able to learn and work productively.
If you are able to donate any amount to contribute to Forge’s continued efforts to support our local breast cancer community, we greatly appreciate it. Donations can be made on the Forge website: https://forgeon.org/donate
About Forge’s programs:
At Forge, the core of our mission is to offer support, knowledge, strength, and direction for Alabamians impacted by breast cancer. In an effort to continue to safeguard the health of our community and team, Forge is offering virtual learning opportunities that can be accessed from the comfort of your own home, and for any in-person programs we may schedule, we will practice CDC-recommended safety measures to keep our community healthy.