Clearity joins Liberty Station’s “First Friday” event on Friday, May 6 to celebrate “No Woman Left Behind,” the worldwide World Ovarian Cancer Day observance on May 8

Who/What:       Clearity, a San Diego-based national ovarian cancer nonprofit organization, announces its kick-off to their annual Teal Revolution Celebratory Walk and Fundraiser. In conjunction with Liberty                                 Station’s monthly “First Friday” event, Clearity will host a launch event featuring an Art Area, hosted by Bilingual Kids and the work of special guest artist and 14-year ovarian cancer survivor Annette                               Bennington McElhiney of La Jolla.

When:              Launch Event – Friday, May 6 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
World Ovarian Cancer Day is Sunday, May 8
, which is also Mother’s Day.

Where:             Liberty Station, Barracks 16, 2730 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego, CA 92106

Event will be on the west facing side of the building, located through the plaza between Barracks 17 (2710 Historic Decatur) and Barracks 16 (2730 Historic Decatur).

Background:     The May 6 kick-off event will serve to build excitement and encourage participation in Clearity’s upcoming Teal Revolution Celebratory Walk, also in Liberty Station, on May 22.

Clearity’s mission is to support women and families for life with ovarian cancer. Their individualized ovarian cancer education and counseling is delivered by experts to participants nationwide.  All Clearity programs are offered free of charge, thanks to the generosity of many San Diego-based supporters, including the County of San Diego, The Conrad Prebys Foundation and countless individuals.

Founded in 2008, Clearity improves the survival and quality of life for women with ovarian cancer, empowering them and their families with science-based information and hope throughout the journey. Clearity believes all women should have access to the most advanced support, personalized for them.