Support Your Girls is a community space and fundraising platform that was created with the aim of generating awareness of the importance of breast self checks while building a network of support for those experiencing breast cancer and those who love them. This was the message and mission of our founder Shonel Bryant. Today, the we continue her work in community building, storytelling and championing overall health self advocacy.
We use 50% of the profits from our Support Your Girls merchandise and curated gift store to fund our initiatives, while the products spread our message of community care and breast self checks.
We are so happy you have found us.
'Life on Standby' docu-series is OUT NOW
'Life on Standby' is a 9 part short form docu-series that follows the ups and downs of Support Your Girls founder Shonel Bryant's first journey with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Her experience from diagnosis, through treatment during COVID 19 and all aspects of cancer becoming a part of her family’s life is captured in a raw and honest way that will penetrate your heart. Shonel shared her story so others would not feel alone in theirs.
The series also documents her incredibly spiritual experience that explores the levels of human spirit through healing all aspects of health. The full series is out now. View here.
Unique gifts to Support YOUR Girls
Knowing what to gift people facing adversity is extremely challenging. Often the things we think are going to be received well can make their lives harder. From being on the receiving end of this, Shonel has carefully and lovingly curated some beautiful yet practical items for you to choose from. Whether it be a ‘So Hot Right Now’ fan for hot flashes, or a Full Chemo pack of goodness to make them smile. There is something here for people facing diagnosis, undergoing treatment or wanting to support a loved one who is.
Surrendering to the fact that you will never truly know the answer to why you got cancer is so incredibly challenging. But finding your own truth, well that’s an intense journey. It’s the lingering question right? You’ve been diagnosed and are going through the motions but one question just keeps stopping you in your tracks. “Why did this happen to me?”