Feel Beautiful Today is a 501(c)(3), created with the purpose of providing 
love, hope and encouragement to women and girls affected by cancer
 through Arts in Health programs.

Feel Beautiful Today is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 
 Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Feel Beautiful Today, Inc. 1160 Oakhaven Dr. Roswell, GA 30075. Tel: 770.757.1188
Copyright © 2013 Feel Beautiful Today, Inc.

BENEFICIARIES: Our "Circle of Hope" sponsors, volunteers, and beneficiaries work as one team to provide encouragement through our "Boxes of Love"...
Art, Positive Thoughts and Adjustment

 One of the scariest feelings we face as humans is the stripping of a sense of control over our lives. Cancer patients confront this feeling the moment they are diagnosed and continue to face an overwhelming sense of helplessness as they fight the disease. Along with this loss of control comes fear, doubt and uncertainty which permeates every part of patients’ lives....

The Vain & Harry Fish Foundation, INC
Corporate Sponsors: 
We want to thank Primerica Life Insurance Co. for becoming a new sponsor!!! They will sponsor 100 Boxes of Love and join our Circle of Hope as we continue to bring love, hope and encouragement to cancer patients. Thank you ...
We always have such a special time at Egleston Children's Hospital. We were able to visit the in-patient area bringing our Workshop for Patients to caregivers and kids affected by cancer. We also were able to deliver 16 Art Care Packages to Egleston and Scottish Rite
This month has been an amazing month for FBT delivering our programs to infusion rooms, cancer support groups and radiation centers. Friday we had the opportunity to visit the infusion room at Emory Winship Cancer institute... 
Another event we would like to highlight was the workshop we took to the 22 cancer patients and survivors at the DeKalb Medical. The early morning event was nothing short of beautiful as we got to interact with the patients who were grouped differently owing to their stage of treatment...
FBT Arts in Health programs delivered to 
cancer patients free of charge in Georgia