The burden of proof lies

​within you.

Fight for who

holds a place in your heart.

Where your

attitude is


Even in the

darkest of times,

there's light.



Copyright Fight Club Survivor. All Rights Reserved.

Jeanne Wokurka - President

Bonnie Bewsey - Vice President

Bruce Scheiman - Financial Secretary

Angie Mandarino - Secretarial Advisor


Care Packages - Upon receipt of nomination information, a crafted care package created by our Founder Jeanne Wokurka (to the left) and her daughter Emma, will be mailed out at no cost to the recipient or their caregiver(s).
*If the package recipient is located outside of the US, you will be required to pay additional shipping costs.  Thank you for understanding.

Mentors - Questions are of plenty when going through treatment. We want to be here to help, even if it is to just text message inspiration. We all need to be inspired at times, especially when going through cancer treatment. 

Online Boutique - Many donate items they used during treatment, and were kind enough to share them with us so we can share them with you!
*We do not offer financial support.  Very sorry.

About Our Founder

Jeanne Wokurka

Jeanne Wokurka with the Staff at Franciscan Health (Cancer Institute) in Olympia Fields, IL.

The Fight Club Survivor Statements -

Slogan: Where your attitude is everything.

Description: Fight Club Survivor is an organization that ships inspirational care packages to women who are currently battling breast cancer.  Also offering an online boutique and mentors.   

Mission: Our mission at “Fight Club Survivor” is to inspire, supply and mentor.

Board Members

Jeanne Wokurka, Founder of Fight Club Survivor, Inc., battled her first fight with breast cancer in 2011.  It resurfaced not even 2 years later in 2014 where she then had to have a mastectomy and later that year chose a complete hysterectomy.  Being Triple Positive (HER2+, which is a more aggressive form), she chose to be proactive in her fight.   Thru God's helping hands, she beat the ''beast'' not once but twice, and started Fight Club Survivor. 

Going strong since 1/2015, FCS has become a full-time job for Jeanne.  She is a wife and a mother of 2, plus has many fur babies (even those that don't have fur, but feathers and shells).  She not only runs FCS and a local clothing drive at her church, being the entrepreneur she is, she has started another company called Universal Call-in Center, a company located here in the USA.  UCiC is a live answering service for both personal and business use.  "My goal with UCiC is to have it become a real, successful, "stay at home" type of job so I can 'employ' others who have the desire to work from home and still help contribute to the bills."
No matter what Jeanne does, one thing is certain, she is always thinking of others and how she can help them.

Jeanne states regularly when discussing the organization to others, "While God allows me to be vertical, I'm going to pay it forward.  My mission with FCS is to inspire other breast cancer Survivors and remind them of who they're fighting for.   I just want to let them know, they are not in this alone.   
Secondly, knowing how hard it was to go somewhere public to seek a wig, basically at that point swallowing the bitter pill of "Hey, I have cancer!", I wanted to be able to offer wigs, scarves, etc.  Thankfully, thru many caring families across the country, our online boutique stays fairly full!  Best part, they're FREE!!  During this cancer fight, we know very little is "free".   Lastly, I want to be there for everyone, I've even given my cell number to a few.  Unfortunately that's not always possible.  Because of my schedule, I thought adding Mentors (those who are willing to donate their time to talk and inspire their fellow bc sisters) would be an excellent idea!!  We try and match people by their diagnosis. With social media, this service isn't 'flying off the shelf', but at least they know they've got someone they can physically speak with over the phone if they wanted.  

Ladies, I've been there where you are.  Perhaps the diagnosis was not the same, but the living thru it was.  I am here for you.  FCS is here for you."
​ - Jeanne Wokurka (FCS Founder/CEO/Survivor)

Because there currently is no charge to receive a care package, we continue to need your support. Every donation, no matter how large or small, will help us to continue shipping out these care packages at no cost.  Every dollar donated goes back into the organization to continue shipping out care packages for free.  No amount goes into the pocket of any of our board members.  We have an open book policy and are more than happy to share.  
*Now all Contributors can be listed here (optional):

We frequently run fundraisers to assist in raising money to help with future product purchases, organizational expenses, and shipping of more care packages! If you're local and would like to get in on the up and coming fundraisers, you can find us on Facebook here

There are hundreds upon thousands every day diagnosed with breast cancer. If you know a Survivor who is currently battling the breast cancer beast or soon to be, please click here
Thank you so very much in advance. Your help is greatly appreciated not just by those of us at FCS, but by the many women (& men) recently diagnosed.

*Special thanks to Franciscan St. James Health for creating the above image.  You all are awesome!                                                                                                                                                         

Fight Club Survivor is an organization that benefits ladies currently facing breast cancer treatment.