Let's Save Ma's Inaugural fundraiser, "A Taste of India", held at Harborside Atrium in Jersey City was a huge success. Over 100 people attended the event in May to sample Indian cuisine and learn about Let's Save Ma's mission. Breast Cancer survivor and founder Deval Gadhvi, MD (center) takes a moment to thank volunteers including (from left to right) Olivia Glatt, Anya Gadhvi, Riya Shah, Riddhi Shah, and Rohan Gadhvi.
Let's Save Ma volunteers are active in the community. Please contact Rohan Gadhvi at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in having Let's Save Ma speak at your event or learning how our outreach work is helping to make an impact. We welcome community groups and event volunteers to help spread the word about Breast Cancer Awareness and the importance of early detection.
August 14: Sanskriti of New Jersey's IndiaFest 2022
On Sunday, August 14th, Let's Save Ma volunteers shared breast cancer awareness information with hundreds of attendees who participated in Sanskriti of New Jersey's IndiaFest 2022. PHOTO ON LEFT: Volunteer Coordinator Rohan Gadhvi speaks to an attendee at the free community event held at the Livingston Gazebo. PHOTO ON RIGHT: Let's Save Ma's founder Deval Gadhvi. MD shares a moment with her children Rohan and Anya.