Join Project Save Our Surf Founder Tanna Frederick For A Run To Beat Ovarian Cancer

Join Project Save Our Surf Founder Tanna Frederick For A Run To Beat Ovarian Cancer

Our friend and fellow Green Girl, Tanna Frederick is on a mission to beat Ovarian Cancer! Please join her & her mom for a run (or walk) to support Cedars-Sinai’s Women’s Cancer Program.

Here’s a note we received from Tanna:

Dear friends,

Last year, my mom was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She’s fine now – CANCER FREE!!! So my mom and I are doing the Run For Her®, which is a 5K run and friendship walk that was created to raise awareness for ovarian cancer and generate support for Cedars-Sinai’s Women’s Cancer Program. We will be running the race on Sunday, November 11, 2012.

Run with us! Or walk the 3.1 mile route with friends. Or hang on the sidelines and cheer us on! Or cheer us on from the comfort of your couch! Whatever you decide, here’s the link to donate to Team NanTan!

And here’s the link for general race information:

By the way, the outfits we are wearing in the pictures below are designed by Camilla Olson. The pictures of the silk/rayon devore silk tees, are also Camilla Olson designs. Those two cost $199 each and 30% of the proceeds go to Women’s Health at Stanford, which Camilla has been affiliated with Women’s Health Stanford for over 10 years.

They do extraordinary work for women. For example, after seeing so many young women lose their fertility after chemotherapy, in 1999, Dr. Westphal started one of the first oocyte cryopreservation programs in the country. To purchase the silk/rayon tee designed by Camilla, go to and check out her other fabulous designs at

The women who go through the arduous journey of surviving cancer need and deserve our support. So here are two great opportunities for raising funds for women’s health.

Please join me.

Hope to see you there on November 11!

Love, Tanna

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