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Three Ribbons of Support

To transform survivorship from a mood into a movement by empowering, educating,

and connecting women whose lives have been touched by cancer.


Held in Nashville, TN, this event brings together women survivors of all ages, all stages and all cancers. Education, motivation and life application are the focus, with celebrities, medical experts from all areas of survivorship, the Celebrate Survivors 5K and Walk, and more. And since it’s Nashville, there’s gotta be music!


We believe helping is healing, and encourage women to tell their stories. My 2nd Act is an ever-growing collection of survivor essays, and My 2nd Act: Survivor Stories from the Stage is a professionally produced stage show featuring 12 women each reading their 5 minute stories.


The WSA’s digital magazine NOU, for women survivors living a NEW+YOU life after cancer. A comprehensive resource, its dynamic content includes articles on nutrition, exercise, finances, sexuality, health, a book club, a directory of cancer and survivorship organizations across the internet, and more.


Your donations help us provide the educational programs and services for those women survivors and their co-survivors as they re-enter their lives after cancer.

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Latest News

  • WSA Rebrands My 2nd Act Stage Show Heads to Television on Vrtuo Interactive Network Nashville, TN – My 2nd Act: Survivor Stories from the Stage is  a platform for cancer survivors to share their deepest personal stories.  These theatrical shows prove that the human spirit always prevails and that even a......

  • It all began with an event – SURVIVORville, the anchor project for the Women Survivors Alliance (WSA).  This event has always been a special time for so many wonderful and tenacious survivors, creating a unifying experience, inspiring hope, giving cancer survivors a sense of community and a way to create new, lifelong friendships.......

  • Being that SURVIVORville will not be held until 2017, that doesn’t mean we’re waiting to bring you valuable survivorship information.  Our partner, Triage Cancer, is bringing to Nashville valuable information on practical cancer survivorship issues. On Friday, July 22, Triage Cancer is partnering with Cancer and Careers......