The Shaklee Pure Performance Team members certainly support all efforts to improve women’s health. During this Breast Cancer Awareness month, Team members are taking the #ShakeADifference challenge, joining with Shaklee in support of the Breast Cancer Foundation. Shaklee will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Foundation to support early detection mammograms for women in need. Here are a few of the Team members’ photos and quotes:
Amanda Polk, Rowing, 2016 gold medalist
Many of my family members are breast cancer survivors. I have been so inspired by each one’s determination and strength to have overcome this disease. Please support the Breast Cancer Foundation this month with the #ShakeADifference challenge.
Michal Smolen, Canoe/Kayak, 2016
Did you know that every time you use the hashtag #ShakeADifference, Shaklee will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Foundation? Together we can make a difference and support those impacted by breast cancer!
James Reed, Bobsled, 2018
Proud to work with Shaklee for the #ShakeADifference challenge. Please go and support the Breast Cancer Foundation this month and make a difference in someone’s life.
Sarah Scherer-Oursland, Shooting, 2012, 2016 (Team dietician/nutritionist)
Support the inspirational women who have overcome one of the greatest adversities by participating in with the #ShakeADifference challenge! We believe in your strength.
Carlijn Schoutens, Speed Skating, 2018 bronze medalist
With one in eight US women receiving a diagnosis of breast cancer in their lifetime, and some men too, there is no such thing as too much awareness. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, let’s all enjoy a pink smoothie to #ShakeADifference! I mixed yogurt with strawberries and blueberries into a vanilla Shaklee Life Shake™.
Donna Vakalis, Modern Pentathlon, 2012, 2016
Supporting the Breast Cancer Foundation this month (glug, glug) with #ShakeADifference challenge 🙂
Isabella Isaksen, Modern Pentathlon, 2016
I’m taking the #ShakeADifference challenge in honor of my grandmother and all the women affected by breast cancer. Please support the Breast Cancer Foundation this month with the #ShakeADifference challenge.
Amro Elgeziry, Modern Pentathlon, 2008, 2012, 2016
I’m taking the #ShakeADifference challenge this month in support of the Breast Cancer Foundation and I hope you will too!
Jamie Corkish, Shooting, 2008, 2012 gold medalist
#ShakeADifference: My mother is a breast cancer survivor and every day we are thankful she was adamant about annual checkups and exams. Now our children know the importance of annual screening and supporting a cause!
Faye Gulini, Snowboard Cross, 2010, 2014, 2018
The strongest people we know are our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and wives. Support the Breast Cancer Foundation this month with the #ShakeADifference challenge.
Dennis Bowsher, Modern Pentathlon, 2012
Drinking a pink recovery smoothie during breast cancer awareness month. Thoughts go out to all those affected by breast cancer. Stay strong.
Emily Regan, Rowing, 2016 gold medalist
Breast cancer affects everyone in different ways. In college I was able to interact almost weekly with our We Can Row team. It’s a rowing program specifically for breast cancer survivors. These women are amazing, and I hope the #ShakeADifference challenge can help other women beat breast cancer.
Rosanna Crawford, Biathlon, 2014,2018
Cancer is a scary word, and there’s no one who isn’t affected by it, whether it’s personal or a family member, friend or co-worker. My mom and aunt both had breast cancer and I was so inspired with how they became stronger with the determination to beat their disease. Please support the Breast Cancer Foundation this month with the #ShakeADifference challenge! Together we can beat cancer!