Gladys Hill

Gladys Hill

Miss Gladys Hill moved to Fayetteville in 2012 from Bristol Connecticut. She is the founder and CEO of Light up Fayetteville In Pink, a 501 C3 that helps women in our community fight breast cancer. She volunteers with the American Red Cross, the VA Hospital, Operation In As Much, Fay State U Book Store and St Jude’s.  All funds she raises through hard work and dedication go to the Cape Fear Valley Hospital Friends of the Cancer Center, to assist woman who cannot afford mammograms due to financial hardship or other life circumstances. 

She is proud to say the city of Fayetteville lights up the Market House pink for the month of October and is thankful to all the individuals and companies who have purchased pink lightbulbs from her- also thanks to the Up and Coming Weekly, Fayetteville Observer and Cumulus Broadcasting for the support.
Mid-South Lighting is the company that donates  the pink lightbulbs and she is overwhelmed with gratitude for their kindness.   

Feel free to contact Miss Gladys at 910-339-7231 or LightUpFayettevillePink on Facebook.
Miss Gladys Hill moved to Fayetteville in 2012 from Bristol Connecticut. She is the founder and CEO of Light up Fayetteville In Pink, a 501 C3 that helps women in our community fight breast cancer. She volunteers with the American Red Cross, the VA Hospital, Operation In As Much, Fay State U Book Store and St Jude’s. All funds she raises through hard work and dedication go to the Cape Fear Valley Hospital Friends of the Cancer Center, to assist woman who cannot afford mammograms due to financial hardship or other life circumstances. She is proud to say the city of Fayetteville lights up the Market House pink for the month of October and is thankful to all the individuals and companies who have purchased pink lightbulbs from her- also thanks to the Up and Coming Weekly, Fayetteville Observer and Cumulus Broadcasting for the support. Mid-South Lighting is the company that donates the pink lightbulbs and she is overwhelmed with gratitude for their kindness. Feel free to contact Miss Gladys at 910-339-7231 or LightUpFayettevillePink on Facebook.

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