501(c)(3) since 1984. It was our crusade to make education interesting to minority, especially-but not limited to urban
students, first with the program KinderLab in 1984; and encourage them to consider careers in math,
science and the technologies.
In studying the dynamics of learning and that which impedes it, we discovered something that might work for post-treatment
breast cancer women, and called the program Precious Passage as in: "Precious Passage, the Breast Cancer Journey from
Rough Seas to Safe Harbor."
In an IRB approved study with two hospitals, UConn Health Center (2006-2010) and Waterbury Hospital (2010-present) Connecticut
women from various cancer centers tried the therapy, recorded benefits received, and reported they wanted to return for more.
The first open therapy to women of all stages breast cancer was summer 2011.
SHAMROCK was offered February 2012 and will not only display the HOPE IN ACTION Pennants but travel to sites along the
CT Shoreline to the waiting breast cancer women. Our therapy staff is the same reseach staff; the therapy follows the protocol to
maximize benefits for the breast cancer women who attend.
CT: CHR 3953
No Profession Fundraisers: 100% goes directly to the programs