MacDonald Honored as 2019 AARP Purpose Prize Fellow

The award recognizes Molly's exemplary leadership role in giving hope and support to breast cancer patients across the nation. Molly was honored last week at a national gala in Washington, DC hosted by AARP. The nation’s largest non-profit dedicated to empowering people over age 50 named MacDonald one its special Purpose Prize Fellows, a unique honor reserved for senior business leaders whose organizations consistently perform outstanding community-service focused work.

Molly was one of nine AARP Purpose Prize Fellows honored at the gala, which was emceed by journalist and CBS contributor María Elena Salinas and commentator David Brooks, author of the bestselling The Second Mountain.

For more on the AARP Purpose Prize, please visit: www.aarp.org/purposeprize

The Financial Side Effects of Cancer

Financial Toxicity

130% increase in financial difficulties for patients in active treatment

Job Loss

Between 20-30% of women diagnosed with breast cancer will lose their jobs

Bankruptcy

10M will be unable to pay for rent, food & utilities because of medical bills

Impact on Savings

76% of full time workers nationwide live paycheck to paycheck

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