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Global Ambassador Normani Kordei

Normani Kordei of Fifth Harmony was just 4 years-old when her mother, Andrea Hamilton, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. These memories of her mother’s illness, who Normani calls her role model, inspiration, and best friend, lead Normani to partner with the American Cancer Society as a global ambassador. Now Normani and her mother will share their story to help increase awareness about the importance of breast cancer screenings in underserved communities.

Its very important for me to be able to speak out because we’ve gone through it. It’s almost… It’s my duty. It’s who I am and it’s what I’m supposed to be doing. It’s my purpose.

Normani Kordei

American Cancer Society Global Ambassador, member of Fifth Harmony

Normani and her mom sitting together for an interview

Normani Kordei Mother's (Andrea Hamilton) Survival Story

Your support makes a difference

The American Cancer Society is more than groundbreaking research and medical breakthroughs. It’s about free rides to chemo and finding ways to help you look better than you feel. That’s why your donations are so important and how you’re helping us attack cancer from every angle.


More than $62 Million currently invested in breast cancer research grants.


In 2016, we provided more than 335,000 rides to and from treatment.


Last year patient navigators helped guide nearly 45,000 patients through the health care system.    


More than 36,000 women learned how to manage the appearance related side effects of treatment.

Other ways to get involved

Help us save lives from breast cancer by joining a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in your community.