Saturday, May 14, 2022
Oakwood High School
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Thank you IIAAD
Thank you so much to Rob Stephens and the Independent Insurance Agents Association
of Dayton for their generous donation to Noble Circle to help Miami Valley women “thrive beyond cancer."
We are a community of women thriving beyond cancer. Our programs and services are designed to:
Group 33 - Fall 2020
OUR CORE VALUES
These values guide how we govern, serve, and sustain our organization in fulfillment of our Mission.
The Three Pillars
The programs provided by Noble Circle are built upon three pillars that serve as the foundation for everything we do. These pillars guide us as we strive to offer innovative programs and services that focus on promoting a healthy lifestyle and enhanced well-being.
The Noble Circle Project was founded by eight Dayton area women who wanted to explore complementary healing methods to support their cancer journey.
These women learned from Anne Burns, who conducted the first Noble Circle retreat in 2002 in California. When they returned to Dayton, they began to build The Noble Circle Project, based upon many of the concepts they learned from Anne's retreat.
“The Noble Circle Project is about being on the cutting-edge of self-healing and changing lives — through both complementary and traditional medicine. Noble Circle creates an environment where women can focus on well-being in new and fabulous ways.” - founding member Jan Lively
Over the years, The Noble Circle Project has evolved to embrace more than physical just well-being. Noble Circle strives to instill a greater sense of empowerment, hope, and purpose.
Since 2004, The Noble Circle Project has continued to provide year-round programs and wellness retreats serving more than 400 women throughout southwest Ohio. Begun as a grassroots organization under the umbrella of the Wellness Connection of Dayton, Ohio, The Noble Circle Project is now an independent, volunteer-driven, non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status.
THE INSPIRATION BEHIND OUR NAME
Noble- Allie Noble underwent the first documented mastectomy procedure in Edinburgh Scotland in 1830. Although she died from infection a few days following her surgery, the founders of The Noble Circle Project chose to emulate her pioneer spirit to thrive beyond her diagnosis and the accepted medical protocol of the day.
Circle– Each sister's journey begins within the safe confines of a small group or "circle" of women. and evolves to include participation in increasingly larger circles of women striving to thrive beyond a diagnosis of cancer.
Project– The vision of the eight founding members was that The Noble Circle Project would continually evolve as a caring and compassionate community of women thriving beyond their cancer diagnoses, by providing its members with an ever-expanding knowledge base.
The evolution of our tagline also tells our story...
. . .a community of women surviving with cancer (2004)
. . .a community of women surviving beyond cancer (2007)
. . .a community of women thriving beyond cancer (2009)