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OCTOBER 21 | 12:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2023 Pink Banquet

“Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer Prevention”

Join us for the 2023 Pink Banquet

“Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer Prevention”

This bi-annual event promises to be another wonderful afternoon, highlighting the importance of us all learning more about how to lower breast cancer risk factors.

The Pink Banquet is not just an opportunity to dress in pink. It is a very important event in the life of our church. As with years past, we will honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors and thrivers within our church, our families, and our community. Come out to learn what you can do to decrease your own risk factors for this disease, as well as for your loved ones.

The Pink Banquet is for both men and women alike because we understand the need for everyone to learn and increase their knowledge and understanding about breast cancer.

1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer

This represents thousands of women within our church alone.

Survivor Information Form

Praise the Lord!

We will be honoring all breast cancer survivors who will be in attendance. Complete this form if you need to purchase a ticket and if you desire to be recognized for your courage and perseverance at the upcoming 2023 Pink Banquet.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, October 21!

Speaker Bio

Dr. Hampton is the Medical Director of the Breast Care Center at Doctors Community Hospital, the first breast center in Prince George’s County. She is a board-certified general surgeon who has focused her practice on breast health and breast cancer. Her former private practice, Signature Breast Care, was the first breast surgery practice in the County.

Dr. Regina Hampton is also the Medical Director and co-founder of Breast Care for Washington, a nonprofit dedicated to providing access to mammograms regardless of the ability to pay. The facility is the only 3D mammography facility east of the Anacostia in Ward 8, which has the highest mortality rate of breast cancer in the District of Columbia.

Regina M. Hampton


Board Certified, Surgery-Breast Specialist Medical Director, Breast Center, Doctors Community Hospital Medical Director and Co-Founder, Breast Care for Washington CEO, Cherry Blossom Intimates

She plays an active role at Doctors Community Hospital. She was elected the first female chief of staff in the 40-year history of the hospital. Dr. Hampton was the Project Director for a Susan G. Komen $1 million grant that provided mammograms for uninsured women who reside in Prince George’s County.

Dr. Hampton attended the Medical College of Pennsylvania and completed a general surgery residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. She completed research at the Georgetown University Lombardi Cancer Center, which was published in Oncogene.

Dr. Hampton has been featured in many local and national television and print media including: NPR, Washington Post, Essence magazine,
The Russ Parr Morning Show and Buddy Check 9 with Andrea Roane. She is the Co-Founder and Medical Director of Breast Care for Washington, DC.

Tribute Video to Survivors

Submit your short tribute or encouragement!

If you desire to send a short tribute or encouragement to breast cancer survivors during the Pink Banquet, you can record and submit it below. It is easy, just use your mobile device to record a quick 30-second or less message. This message should be a tribute or encouragement to those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Or, if you want record a message to a special breast cancer survivor in your life.

“Raising Awareness about Breast Cancer Prevention”

Survivor Information

We will be honoring all breast cancer survivors that will be in attendance. Click this form if you desire to be recognized for your courage and perseverance at the upcoming Pink Banquet.