Any individual interested in breast cancer supportive care, advocacy, or patient navigation is welcome to subscribe to RRI’S mailing list free of charge. By subscribing to RRI’s mailing list, individuals gain access to the latest conference news and twice-yearly editions of our e-newsletter, Bloom.
Organisations that work in their own countries or communities to improve the quality of life of individuals affected by breast cancer, including families, through peer support, advocacy, and patient navigation may apply to become RRI Member Organisations.
RRI full membership for programmes, groups, and organisations
Reach to Recovery International and its affiliates seek to improve the quality of life of women with breast cancer and their families by nurturing volunteer peer support and promoting other services to meet their needs, such as advocacy and consumer involvement in research.
Programmes, groups, and organisations working to improve the quality of lives of those affected by breast cancer are eligible to join Reach to Recovery International as an RRI Member Organisation.
Organisations that currently hold full memberships and have requested recognition on the RRI website:
Apply to be an RRI Member Organisation:
Apply now to become an RRI Member Organisation and be part of a growing and respected global network of RRI affiliates. Simply follow the steps below.
Download, read, and commit to adopt, adhere to and promote RRI’s most current Guiding Principles and Membership Code of Conduct.
RRI’s Guiding Principles and Membership Code of Conduct.
Download, complete, and submit an RRI Membership Application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
RRI Membership Application Form
About RRI Member Organisations
RRI Member Organisations have accepted the RRI Guiding Principles and Membership Code of Conduct, and are committed to improving the lives of those affected by breast cancer and their families.
Reach to Recovery International does not provide direct training, review, or oversight of Member Organisations and is not responsible for the actions of individual member groups.
Any Member Organisation found to be operating not in accordance with the RRI Guiding Principles and Membership Code of Conduct is subject to losing its membership.
If an RRI member group is not acting in accordance with the principles and guidelines of RRI, please contact us as soon as possible at email@example.com
Reach to Recovery Member Organisations are required to update their contact information whenever it is changed and to inform RRI immediately if for any reason they cease to comply with the RRI Guiding Principles and Membership Code of Conduct as posted on this website.