Bee Kind                     Bee the Difference                  Bee the Kure

Our Mission

The Women’s Guild “Hive” supports the purpose and activities of Kure It through fundraising, education, and community outreach. Hive members actively go out into the community and work hard to spread knowledge and their passion for supporting cancer research. In addition to creating awareness, members have a great time together and enjoy the company of other women who want to make a difference. Hive members also have the unique opportunity to attend lab tours at some of the country’s top Comprehensive Cancer Centers to learn more about the cutting edge research they are supporting through their time, talents, and treasures.


9.10 Women's Guild Meeting

As you considering joining our guild we request you ask yourself a question:

What would I do to Kure It? To end cancer would you:

                        -Offer your vacation home as an auction item?

                        -Teach a class to promote fundraising?

                        -Give money towards research projects?

                        -Join our guild to build community and awareness?

Women's Guild + Kure It = Saving Lives

Each of us has a reason we want to “Bee the Kure”. There’s something that draws each of us into our role within the Women’s Guild. Why you choose to join our hive may look a little different for everyone. Most of us just want an end to cancer. Many are looking to connect with a community of like-minded women who are fighting to find that cure. Some are joining us to honor a loved one for whom a cure came just too late. We want to ask you, “What’s your why?”


If you are interested in volunteering for events, please email

Personal Strengths to Consider When Joining the Women’s Guild:

Each member of the Women’s Guild brings a unique and vital set of strengths to the hive as a whole. As you join our organization, we ask you to reflect on your own personal strengths and how you can best suit the guild with your service.

Maybe you would like to focus your time/energy on one of the following:

  • Outreach to the community: networking to increase general awareness of Kure It and the Women’s Guild to your friends, family, colleagues, and the community at large.

  • Auction/Sponsor Solicitation: seeking attendance at Kure It/Women’s Guild events, procuring auction items, sponsorships, in-kind donations, etc.

  • Leadership: serving as a liaison between the Kure It Board of Directors, Staff, and other Guild members

  • Connections: introducing and bridging a relationship between your contacts and the Kure It cause.

  • Donor: cancer research takes money and Kure It wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our donors.

  • Annual dues of $50

  • Meet as a group quarterly with Kure It staff and Women’s Guild officers to learn the current status on fundraising events and cancer research

  • Attend or volunteer at Kure It’s annual fundraisers:

    • Rivals Cup Golf Tournament (traditionally every June)

    • Kure It, Let Save Lives Gala (traditionally every November)

  • Responsible to purchase or procure 2 silent auction items for the Rivals Cup Golf Tournament and Kure It, Let’s Save Lives Gala

  • This is a one-year commitment with the option to continue the following year(s).

“Queen Bee”, Lead – Brooke Siecke:

-Creates and facilitates Women’s Guild programs and events

-Leads Guild exec board meetings

-Works with BUZZ leader to promote Kure It and Women’s Guild

-Supports Guild membership growth and community outreach

-Supports communication with Kure it and Board members regarding Guild updates.

“The Keeper”, Lead – Kerri Hatfield:

-Tracks all auction items on the official Excel used to link with the online auction platform (GiveSmart).

-Names auction items, enters descriptions, categories and values.

            -Updates the Hive on current auction value and goals that need to be reached

            -Maintains notes from guild meetings and sends updates to members as needed

“The Buzz”, Lead – Beth Hoss:

-Spearheads community connections through media outlets

-Partners with Kure It staff member to produce and promote social media pages and posts around events and “sneak peek” auction items.

“The Honey Maker”, Lead – TBD:

            -Tracks the fundraising goals of the guild and updates members on the status

            -Monitors guild spending and budgets

*In addition to the above-mentioned officers, the Women’s Guild needs a support system to make our goals a reality. We need members to sign up as forgers (fundraisers) and architects (planners). There is a role that suits everyone, let’s work together to find what’s best for you!

What Would You Do To Cure Cancer?