The Eva Project provides free mammograms to women over age 40 that are uninsured or under-insured. The Eva Project was created by a woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was 48 years old with no family history. Through early detection, Eva's cancer was diagnosed and successfully treated. Eva wanted to make sure that every woman would be able to receive her screening mammogram.
Eva and St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation then created The Eva Project to provide any women in need with a free screening mammogram whether it's in the Yellowstone Breast Center or on the mobile mammography Coach. The EVA Project is funded by Eva and the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation with support from the NILE Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night, the MSU-B Girls Basketball and Volleyball games, other events, community sponsors and private donors.
How We Help
The EVA Project offers free digital mammography screenings to women 40 and over who are uninsured or under-insured.
How You Can Help
- GIVE – make a tax deductible donation
You can donate by clicking here or send check to the address below:
c/o St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation
1106 N. 30th Street
Billings, MT 59101
- SUPPORT – support an Eva Project fundraiser
- Nile Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink night – October 2016
- MSU Billings volleyball "Dig Pink" game – October 2016
- Central Girls Basketball "Ram Out Breast Cancer" – January 2017
- MSU Billings "Pink Zone" girls basketball game – February 2017
- Purchase an Eva Project shirt at the Frontier Cancer Center
In October you will be able to purchase Tough Enough to Wear Pink apparel at the Nile Rodeo, St. Vincent Healthcare Guest Services, St. Vincent Frontier Cancer Center, Yellowstone Breast Center and all three Shipton's Big R locations.
Thank You to Our 2016 Sponsors