2018 is an exciting year as SHE ROCKS grows to the TRIAD
Marie Wood and Michelle Miller, of Greensboro, NC were both diagnosed with Stage IIIC ovarian cancer in January 2017. These ladies are 10 years apart, but found themselves in a very similar situation being caught off guard by this unwelcome disease. Becoming a part of a community of women battling ovarian cancer, these ladies sought to get more awareness and attention brought to this disease in the Triad area. After quite a bit of research, Marie made the call to Mary Barto seeking to partner with She Rocks of Wilmington. As it turned out, Marie’s call was most welcome as She ROCKS was looking for a way to expand their efforts to reach a greater audience.
The Triad seeks to extend the good work and fundraising strategy that Wilmington started in 2014. Our desire is to honor Beth Quinn’s story and add local stories from our community as we bring awareness and HOPE to the Triad.
And She ROCKS The Triad began!
Meet The Triad Steering Committee
Each year, our committee members chose one word that is meant to guide them for the year. We hope this inspires you to consider the one word you want to live by for this year.
Support She ROCKS The Triad
She ROCKS The TriadShe ROCKS The Triad seeks to extend the good work and fund-raising efforts begun in Wilmington to the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem area. Our desire is to honor Beth Quinn’s story and add local stories as we bring awareness and hope to the Triad. When you give to She ROCKS The Triad, 75% of your donation also goes to fund ovarian cancer research at UNC, while the other 25% supports local women in the Greensboro area who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Triad Upcoming Events
Triad Past Events
- 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Summerfield Farms
SOLD OUT EVENT!! THANK YOU EVERYONE! She ROCKS The Triad’s 2nd Annual Fundraising Event on September 13, 2019 at Summerfield Farms in...
She ROCKS The Triad held its first annual fundraiser at Summerfield Farms in Greensboro on September 28, 2018. The evening included dinner, drinks and live music catered by 1618 on location. Approximately 265 people attended and the group cleared $75,000 for ovarian cancer research and local support.