Sara’s Project is a breast health education and outreach partnership created by St. Charles Health System, area physicians, community members, and cancer survivors. It was founded to promote early detection of breast cancer, build awareness, and provide support to women facing breast cancer.  The project honors Sara Fisher, a cherished teacher, counselor and active community volunteer who died in 1992 after a seven-year battle with breast cancer.

Funds raised through donations, or at sponsored events, are used to support a number of initiatives to promote breast cancer awareness and support those facing breast cancer in central and eastern Oregon.  

Support and Services.


 

Meet Sara Fisher

Teacher, counselor and inspirational community volunteer

Sara Fisher, a cherished teacher, counselor and active community volunteer, died in the fall of 1992 after a seven-year battle with breast cancer.

Sara was an advocate for women’s health. In her honor, Sara’s Project continues to promote women’s health through research, education, breast outreach and breast cancer support services.