Wham! Pow! Zap!

Retire that cape, Clark Kent! There are some new Super Heroes in town, and they are here to deliver a knock-out punch against our archenemy -- ovarian cancer.

Yes, it’s true. With the help of six local super heroes – Jasmin, Mary, Peg, Phyllis, Sherry and Susan – ovarian cancer and its villainous ways are in for a fight. 

Together, these Super Heroes, each ovarian cancer survivors, will take to the streets in 2017 with a message to all women, “Be Your Own Super Hero: Awareness and Knowledge -- Your Secret Weapon.”

Check out the recent media coverage on the Campaign!!! 

Be a Super Hero Sidekick

Contact us if you want to hang posters, talk to businesses, promote the campaign on social media, or otherwise help raise awareness of the early warning signs of ovarian cancer. 

Display a Life-Size Banner. 

We have a separate life-size banner (6' x 3') of each Super Hero, and we'd like to loan those out, individually or in a set, to any business, place of worship, gallery, coffee shop, hotel lobby, etc. Contact us to make arrangements.

Donate to the Campaign.

  • $500 sustains the campaign in the future
  • $180 buys 1,000 bookmarks
  • $100 helps reprint posters
  • $35 pays for a media/business kit
Raise Awareness through Social Media.
We have ready-made messaging that you can use, and share on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Contact us to receive a social media kit so you, too, can get the word out! #TrustYourGut2018

TYG Events

25 Sep 2018 11:00 AM • Legacy Mt Hood, Gresham
27 Sep 2018 5:00 PM • Camas: on 4th between Birch and Cedar streets
02 Oct 2018 11:00 AM • Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Vancouver

Kathie Luecker was just 54 when diagnosed with ovarian cancer; she died one year later at 55. In 2015, the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and SW Washington received a bequest from the estate of Katherine Z. Luecker. The Trust Your Gut super hero campaign was created with funds from Kathie’s generous and meaningful gift, and in concert with her wishes for increased awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer.

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