Elizabeth Ayers-Cluff was inspired by her own breast cancer journey. Even with all the information out there, it was surprisingly difficult to find supplemental resources to help. She founded I’mpact so other women would have the help they need.
I’mpact One’s network of advocates offers women emotional support, education, and awareness through a free hotline. They guide breast cancer sufferers through various challenges—like understanding insurance coverage. And when needed, they connect women to partner organizations that can help with their unique situation, like financing treatment for those who are underinsured. Post-treatment, I’mpact One provides prosthetics, bras, wigs, and post-surgical garments to women who can’t afford them.
A donation provides these brave women with vital services that help on their path to recovery.