Only 2-7% of funds raised for Breast Cancer go to the study of metastisis
RAISING FUNDS FOR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
100%of the profits from every BigB Deodorant purchase will go to foundations that support Metastatic Breast Cancer Research & those of us living with Stage IV Advanced Breast Cancer.
Turning the Page on Cancer is a fundraising initiative for book lovers of all ages to support people living with and affected by Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC). The campaign runs every year in October, ending with an all day Read-A-Thon and day of self-care. However, donations are welcomed year round.
TTPOC was created in 2019 by Samantha Price-Mitchell, who lived with MBC for 6 years, and sadly passed away in July 2021. It will live on in honour of Samantha’s passion for advocacy and helping those with MBC.
This years read-a-thon will take place on October 30th. Click here to donate to my fundraising page.
Rethink Breast Cancer is an incredible organization that has provided me with a community of amazing women who know exactly what I'm going through. A community of women who want to share their stories and use their voices ... and that's contagious!
All funds raised through Turning the Page will be donated to Rethink Breast Cancer's MBC Fund which helps people with Stage IV Breast Cancer live better and longer through advocacy, empowerment, support and research.
I am treated at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), and jumped at the opportunity when someone from the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation (PMCF) reached out to see if I'd be interested in taking part in their DIY Challenge. PMH is one of the top five cancer centres in the world, and my care team definitely lives up to that standard and reputation.
All BigB funds donated to PMH will go directly to their designated Metastatic Breast Cancer Research fund.
BECOME AN MBC ALLY
"Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) is a stage IV uncurable cancer that takes the lives of 5,000 Canadian women every year. MBC is breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to other organs in the body. It is estimated 20 – 30% of women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer will develop MBC in her lifetime.*
The average survival for women with MBC is only 2-3 years – something that hasn’t improved in over a decade. And something you have the opportunity to help change.
Rethink Breast Cancer is launching a new movement that seeks to double the survival rate of women driving system change and funding MBC research. Our goal is ambitious and requires thousands of committed, active allies. Will you join us?
When we stand together, we strengthen our power to drive change and improve the lives of all women with breast cancer."