For 3 Sisters is dedicated to raising awareness and improving the quality of life for men and women affected by breast cancer.
For 3 Sisters was started in 2011 by retired Montgomery County, Maryland career firefighter, Marshall Moneymaker, and his wife, Shannon Moneymaker after Marshall lost three older sisters to breast cancer. Overwhelmed with grief, Marshall started sharing his story and expressed an interest in doing more for the breast cancer community. In support and gratitude of Marshall’s awareness and outreach efforts, Marshall’s fire department shift mates surprised Marshall with pink firefighter gear. Friends and local media dubbed him "The Pink Fireman" and, in honor and memory of his three sisters, For 3 Sisters was born.
For 3 Sisters’ mission is to raise awareness and improve the quality of life for men and women affected by breast cancer. Marshall’s story and the work of For 3 Sisters has been featured on Good Morning America, the Washington DC affiliates of FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, The Washington Post, and CNN. For 3 Sisters’ main programs include Road to Resources, Power of ONE, McKenzie’s Corner, and Bundles of LOVE.