Stay Involved! Stay Connected! Stay Alert!
Signed in as:
Stay Involved! Stay Connected! Stay Alert!
Signed in as:
The Organization owes it all to two extraordinary women, a mother and daughter team who in 2011, decided to mobilize and create All For The Tatas Breast Cancer Corporation, 2012 they amended the name to Fighting 4 The Tatas Inflammatory Breast Cancer Organization.
Thank you all for your support!
Our Mission is to bring awareness to communities and medical professionals not knowledgeable about Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) the most aggressive, fast growing and lethal type of breast cancer. We offer dignity by providing temporary financial support to defray some cost with Utility bills while undergoing breast cancer treatments. We will accomplish our mission through educational programming and emotional support for women, men and their families before, during and after breast cancer treatment.
Joshlyn Earls and her daughter Jacqueline C. Earls, incorporate: All For The Tatas Breast Cancer, Inc.
September 2011- The company takes on a simple and effective Web address: http://www.all for thetatas.org
October 17, 2011- State of California Franchise Tax Board California Corporation Number (3420895) Effective date.
October 17, 2011 – Organization exempt under section 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) - Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Inc , a California Public Charity Corporation, Effective date of exemption: October 17, 2011.
November 15, 2011Joshlyn Earls and her daughter Jacqueline C. Earls, Filed for, EIN Number #37-1652127.
January 5, 2012 - The Foundation focuses its education and awareness efforts through its Research and Awareness Program. The President, Joshlyn Earls and the Executive Director Jacqueline Earls researched and created the first company IBC 3-fold brochure on awareness, “Know your facts! Learn your body! Follow your instincts”!
January 13, 2012 – Statement of information was filed by our acting secretary, Antoinette Meir.
March 4, 2012 – The New Board of Directors was voted in for 2012. The organization Logo and stationary was also approved by the Board of Directors at the Board of Director meeting.
March 17 – 18, 2012, participated in two beauty and health expos sponsored by Spectrum International Beauty Expo (SIBE). Participating with an exhibit in this show (F4TT) helped to raise awareness of both the Foundation and educate the beauty industry about IBC.
April 18th - F4TT) President, Joshlyn Earls, was a Guest Speaker on WTOE Radio / TV Network - IBC Fact & Fallacies Radio/Video segment.
April 21th F4TT President, Joshlyn Earls participated as a guest at American Cancer Society African American Outreach Awareness program- Parkview Community Hospital – Riverside, CA
June 19, 2012 – The Board of Directors voted to file a Certificate of Amendment of articles to change the name of the corporation from: All for the Tatas to Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Inc.
June 23/24, 2012 (F4TT) participated in Relay for Life of Rialto, Ca., at Carter High School where 500 people participated.
June 30, 2012 – (F4TT) furthered its mission through their new plan of action: Staying in Touch Program. The Staying in Touch program was created to make monthly calls to offer a listening ear and spread hope on a one-on-one basis. To be an advocate when a patient need assistance.
July 31, 2012 - Amended name from: All for The Tatas to: Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Organization. (F4TT)
August, 2012 - (F4TT) became a part of the collaboration with the Inland Empire Access to Cancer Care Coalition, which is a consortium between Susan G Komen, American Cancer Society and 50 other non-profit organizations in Riverside, California.
August, 2012 - (F4TT) developed a simple and effective new web address HYPERLINK "http://www.fighting4thetatas.orgwww.fighting4thetatas.org
August 21 – September 21, 2012 - (F4TT) launches its first: Help Us Raise Funds campaign to raise awareness of Inflammatory breast cancer sponsored by The Coffee Nutzz
September 15th, (F4TT) Participated in Rialto, California' 14th Annual Family Festival where we had a table of information and raffle baskets in order to bring awareness and raise funds.
September 20th, (F4TT) participated in their first Breast Health Clinic: President Joshlyn Earls was invited to be a Guest Speaker at the Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group – Victorville, CA. “Women & Wellness.”
September 26th -(F4TT) launches its second Help Us Raise Funds campaign, which raises funds and awareness for IBC, and was sponsored by: Excel-Ente Cafe on Riverside Avenue in Rialto, Ca.
October 9th - (F4TT) participated in the first College recruitment at Cal-State San Bernardino, Ca. In order to reach out to our under 25 age group F4TT board of directors felt this event would be a good fit for our youth program, for which is to introduce IBC to young women.
October 11th - President Joshlyn was invited to be the guest speaker on: Radio/TV show LA Talk Live! Host: Janeshia Adams-Ginyard (Lady J) Los Angeles, Ca.
October 13th – Our President Joshlyn Earls was a Guest at a Daughters Heart Cancel Fundraiser where she and the organization F4TT’s was introduced to her guest.
October 15th (F4TT) President Joshlyn Earls collaborated with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, Ca., to bring the FIRST breast cancer support group.
October 17th - Guest speaker Radio/TV Podcast show called IBC Fact & Fallacies/ Eraseibc. Host: Patti Bradfield
October 19th – Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer partnered with The Coffee Nutzz in Rialto, Ca., to bring their First Halloween Festival, giving 200 Halloween costumes and a Fair to children whose mother or father has been affected by breast cancer.
October 20th – Guest speaker at Morning Star Baptist Church, Altadena, California
December 14, 2012 – Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer founder Joshlyn Earls and a volunteer Etta Cash participated in a seminar with San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health Workforce education and training.
December 14, 2012 Fighting 4 the Tatas Organization became a part of the, collaboration of the Inland Empire Minority Led Resource Development Coalition. A group of 100 non-profit and profit organization meet once a month for resources.
December 19th 501(c) (3) Exempt status final approval.
It has been less than two years and Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Organizations name is becoming more common in conversations within different circles because of our work and dedication to bring knowledge to Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Our advocacy efforts with our email list, Facebook pages, Newspaper articles, Radio interviews, and public speaking has been a few of the ways we have helped educate the public about inflammatory breast cancer.
January 17, 2013 – Rialto Network, Channel 3 “Community Pulse” interviewed our representative regarding the importance of knowledge about Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
January 30, 2013 – Participated in an Expo called My Hair My Health in Riverside, California, we gave out 300 flyers. There's no charge to exhibit and it helps to raise awareness of both the organization and educate the public about inflammatory breast cancer.
January 13, 2013 – Our founder and two volunteers exhibited at the African American Mental Health Coalition at San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, CA.
There was no charge to exhibit and it helps to raise awareness of both the organization and educate the public about inflammatory breast cancer.
February 26th to March 1, 2013Joshlyn Earls participated in the HYPERLINK "http://www.pasadenajournal.com/health-a-lifestyle/5053-scientific-peer-review-of-breast-cancer-research-applications-for-the-department-of-defense" Scientific Peer Review of Breast Cancer Research for the Department of Defense - Breast cancer advocate Joshlyn participated in the evaluation of research applications submitted to the Breast Cancer Research Program (BCRP) sponsored by the Department of Defense. As a consumer reviewer, she was a full voting member, along with prominent scientists, at meetings to help determine how the $120 million appropriated by Congress for Fiscal Year 2012 (FY12) will be spent on future breast cancer research.
March 16, 2013 – Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization received an award from Crocs Care, Oprah Magazine and the Non-Profit Sector Foundation for stepping up and for doing work in the community. The organization also received a Certificate of Commendation from United States Senator Harry Reid.
April 25, 2013 – The Organization focuses its efforts through its Patient Advocate Program.
April 25, 2013, we received a cry for help from a very scared lady starting her first chemotherapy infusion treatment. Our founder a breast cancer patient herself knew how lonely this could be she met the lady at the clinic and sit with her during her treatment offering comfort and talking with her to keep her mind off of the treatment. This relieved her anxiety and she was able to relax. But a great thing happened the other patients started calling her over to talk with them and to answer questions, questions from their hair and where to find wigs to breast implants. Some just needed her to pull up their blanket and getting them something to read. One older lady just needed her to hold her hands. The nurses saw this and called the breast coordinator to come over to see for herself what Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer founder was doing.
May 3-4, 2013, Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Founder, Joshlyn Earls had the opportunity to travel to South San Francisco as a speaker for the Stanford Cancer Institute, 2nd Annual Breast Cancer & African American Conference. A culturally tailored event to help eliminate breast cancer disparities and the burden of cancer in the Bay area African American communities.
September 5, 2015 - Fighting 4 the Tatas became a member of Great Nonprofits.
September 25, 2013 –National Women’s Health & Fitness Fair invited Fighting 4 the Tatas to speak and exhibit at San Bernardino High School. We met a lot of young women with breast questions, questions that they said no one would answer. The young men really wanted to talk, some had lost their mothers or sisters.
September 27, 2013 - Joshlyn Earls was given the opportunity to represent Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization and speak to over 100 women at the 12th Annual Breast Health awareness celebration of Life breakfast at West Angeles Church, Los Angeles, CA.
September 28, 2013- Fighting 4 the Tatas had an educational exhibit at the Los Angeles Convention Center Expo with over 1000 women and men attending. There was no charge to exhibit, we were a guest of Dr. Carolyn Lee FM Radio show it helped to raise awareness of both the organization and educate the public about inflammatory breast cancer.
September 27th to October 31, 2013 –Brighton Collectibles started their Power of Pink Campaign and Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization was selected as one of their charities to receive a donation from their Pink Bracelets. They raised $930.00 from their Cabazon, California store
October 12, 2013 – Joshlyn Earls was a guest speaker at the Black Awareness Harvest Festival, Fontana, CA., Etta Cash a volunteer represented the organization with an educational exhibit. There was no charge to exhibit and it helps to raise awareness of both the organization and educate the public about inflammatory breast cancer.
October 20, 2013 – Fighting 4 the Tatas Organization was selected by the Rialto Pop Warner & Cheer “2nd Annual Power Puff game” to be the charity of their choice and our founder Joshlyn Earls spoke. $914.00 was donated to go toward their general fund.
October 27, 2013 – 2013 Harvest Wellness & Fitness Festival was the theme for the Jessie Turner Health and Fitness Center in Fontana, Ca where Fighting 4 The Tatas was given exhibit space and an opportunity to speak with 200 guests. There was no charge for the exhibit space.
November 16, 2013 – Joshlyn Earls was given the opportunity to speak at a Moslem Mosque, Mosque # 97 located in Rialto, CA., on behalf of Fighting 4 the Tatas breast cancer organization to raise awareness of inflammatory breast cancer and our organization. The setting was great the women were very warm and welcoming.
We have met and talked with many women all over California from conferences to health awareness events to working with breast cancer patients in hospitals. We have made major strive as a new breast cancer organization focusing on IBC, we may not have raised money but the education and awareness of IBC has been amazing.
February 2014 - Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization, became a member of the California Dialogue on Cancer (CDOC)
April 5, 2014 – Our founder – Joshlyn Earls was the key note speaker for the National Council of Negro Women in Diamond Bar California.
April 12, 2014 – Fighting 4 the Tatas participated in American Cancer, Living Smart Cancer Awareness event, our founder Joshlyn Earls was one of the guest speakers at the event with Dr. Clifford Eke and Ricardo Parker, PhD.
April 16, 2014 – Ginny Mason, President of the IBC Research Foundation and Joshlyn Earls our founder met at UCLA (Westwood, Ca.) where they enjoyed a nice dinner while discussing the future of research and prevention of IBC.
April 26, 2014 – Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization founder, Joshlyn Earls was the Key Note Speaker for a group of 200 women at the Church of Scientology for Sisters 4 Life Women’s Health Ministries “2014 Cancer Awareness Symposium.”
April 26, 2014 – Our founder and president received an award from the Inland Valley News Black Tie, 17th Annual Celebration of Excellence Awards Gala and Scholarship Dinner. Joshlyn Earls and Fighting 4 the Tatas was honored for the “Excellence in Community Engagement Award.”
April 27, 2014 - Very first edition of Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Inflammatory Breast Cancer Brochure rolled off the press.
May26, 2014 – The first nutritional pamphlet “Stay healthy during and after breast cancer treatments.” was published through our Health & Wellness Program.
June 3, 2014 – Fighting 4 the Tatas Organization first official breast cancer lapel ribbon pin was received. 500 “The Fighting Lady” 1.25” hard enamel, nickel plating Pin.
June 4, 2014- Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization was one of the sponsors for the California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT) with several other non-profit foundations. Guest speakers were Farabi Hussain, MD surgical Oncologist Arrowhead Regional Hospital and Bonnie J. Addario – Lung Cancer Foundation.
June 10, 2014 our first marketing piece a very nice glass flyer for the “The Fighting Lady,” Pin was created
July 16, 2014 – Our founder had an in-person meeting with the Honorable Senator Norma Torres regarding a proclamation for California.
August 14, 2016 – We lost a great advocate and friend to IBC/TNN Adrian McClenney. She died because of a breast reconstruction done too early for an Triple Negative Inflammatory Breast Cancer Diagnosis.
August 16, 2014 - The Wedding Project had its first wedding supporting a daughter of a cancer patient.
October 1, 2014 – A campaign was started by Fighting 4 the Tatas to make October 3rdInflammatory Breast Cancer National Day. We are not receiving any support from the other IBC organizations and no funding. This is a project started by the IBC foundation, received 16 states that supported a national for IBC but we cannot and have not received any support.
October 30, 2014 - Top 50 Inspiring Breast Cancer Foundations in 2014 The Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery was very inspired by your cause, so they rounded up their staff's favorite Breast Cancer foundations of 2014 and Fighting 4 the Tatas was voted as one of the top 50! The Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery made the list to raise awareness among their patients and blog readers as well as to inspire them in acting upon great causes. You can see the list here: http://royalcentreofplasticsurgery.com/top-50-inspiring-breast-cancer-foundations-2014/
October 31, 2014 – Fighting 4 the Tatas breast cancer organization was selected to be a workshop presenter at the fourteenth Annual SoCal Women’s Health Conference, to be held in Pasadena, California at the Pasadena Convention Center. On class on Inflammatory Breast Cancer was filled to capacity.
December 22, 2014 – Brighton Collectibles Power of Pink Campaign raised $291.40 from their Cabazon, California store and donated it to Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization outreach program.
Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Organization is on the move by taking baby steps in helping women and men diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC), Triple Negative IBC and Metastatic. While forming this organization we ran into a lot of naysayers, the entrenched establishment, said Joshlyn Earls the Founder/CEO. We wondered how do you translate a vision, mobilize grass root volunteers and push forward toward our big goal? Paying it forward.
Coping with Hair Loss
Fighting 4 The Tatas offers an extensive line of products and support services to assist women dealing with hair loss. Volunteers are committed to giving the time, care and attention each client deserve. Pending donations from manufacturers Fighting 4 the Tatas will provide free wigs. However, if wig donations are limited the annual cost to purchase wigs are $10,000. The allocated amount will include the purchase of wigs plus the shipping and handling. Upon request patients have the option to special order a higher quality of human hair wigs.
· January 2015- The Organization focuses its efforts on bring a symposium to Los Angeles, California. The first ever symposium and community based health and wellness
Expo on the two most aggressive breast cancers.
· January 7, 2015 - symposium scheduled for; August 5, 2016 at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles titled “Inflammatory Breast Cancer and Triple Negative Breast Cancer 2016: Facts, Myths and Novel Discoveries.”
· January 7, 2015 – Our founder was the guest speaker at Morning Star Baptist Church, Altadena, California
· January 13, 2015 – A deposit of $800.00 was paid to the CME Consultants to accredit the CME activity, leaving a balance of $2,700.00 with a 15% fee for all grants and exhibits raised by CME Consultants.
· May 16, 2015 – L.A. Women’s Expo at the Los Angeles convention center, Awareness.
· May 30, 2015 – Speaker at the New Hope Church, Medical Center on 7thstreet in S.B. 9:00 – 3:00pm.
· June 4, 2015 – Speaker at the Pink Ribbon in Riverside, Ca., 6:00 – 7:30pm.
· September 9, 2015 – The organization became a member of Benevity Causes Portal -
· September 25, 2015 – Non-Profit conference Grove Community Church, 8:30am – 5:00pm. Passed out educational brochures on Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
· October 1, 2015 – Campaign continued, the campaign to make October 3rd a National Day for Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
It has been 6 years and Fighting 4 The Tatas Breast Cancer Organization has hit a wall with the name of our organization. is becoming more common in conversations within different circles because of our work and dedication to bring knowledge to Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
· January 29, 2016 -attended and participated in the Joining Forces to Understand the Causes of Breast Cancer conference at the South San Francisco Conference Center.
· March 14, 2016 – Circle of promise meeting at St. Bernardine in San Bernardino, Ca., from 11:00 to 1:00pm.
· April 28, 2016 - Founder received certificate from the City of Hope for community work.
· May 4, 2016 – Petition was created and posted on we, the people petition on White House.gov asking for your support to Make October 3rd IBC Day – A National Day for IBC.
· June 1, 2016 – Cancelled the symposium scheduled for August 5, 2016 lack of funding. 25 proposals were submitted only one accepted proposal of $5,000.00. We received no assistance from the IBC community.
· June 19, 2016 – Colleague of USC Breast Cancer Program
· June 28, 2016 – invited to speak at Community Health Education Center, / Community Hospital Breast support group 5:30pm – 7:00pm by Nurse Michelle Melancon
· June 29, 2016 –Vice President Biden satellite cancer moon shot summit at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center Invited by Dr. Julie Lang of USC.
· July 9, 2016 – Photo Shoot (Oranges) for our Tatas Itch campaign at the Fillmore orange grove.
· August 1, 2016 – JW Marriott & LA Live symposium and conference, met Co-chair Dr. Edith Mitchell for our symposium.
· August 2, 2016 – Interview with Black Doctors.org in Los Angeles at the convention center. Video posted on Blackdoctors.org
· August 13, 2016 – Our founder was a guest speaker in Riverside, Ca. regarding IBC and Black women.
· September 15, 2016 – Attended community meeting with community leaders American Cancer in Riverside, Ca., from 1-3:00pm.
· October 5, 2017 – Guest speaker for IEHP - Rancho Cucamonga, Ca.