Sportscaster Donna Hopkins has been helping those with breast cancer for years.
When sports reporter Donna Hopkins was diagnosed with breast cancer 22 years ago, she decided to shine a light on the disease and help others facing the same battle in her community.
“It was that experience with her being diagnosed that made her say, ‘I can’t believe there are so many people that are going through this and are not getting the help they need,'” Hopkins’ niece, Lynn Tate, told “Good Morning America.” “She said something has to change.”
Instead of dwelling on her cancer diagnosis — which she received twice in her life — Hopkins launched Hopkins Breast Cancer, Inc., a nonprofit committed to providing financial assistance to men and women in the Washington, D.C,. Metropolitan area, who have