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LBBC to Benefit from Sales

LBBC and Abe's Market announce fundraising partnership

October 25, 2012 is partnering with Living Beyond Breast Cancer to provide the Charity Navigator four-star rated suburban Philadelphia nonprofit with funding to support its educational resources and support services. Through October 31, a percent of the online store's sales will be donated to LBBC., co-founded by best friends Richard Demb and Jon Polin in 2010, is an online market for remarkable natural and organic products. The site features more than 1,000 sellers.

“What impressed us about Abe’s Market was its philosophy concerning health and wellness,” says Jean Sachs, MSS, MLSP, CEO of Living Beyond Breast Cancer. “For women diagnosed with breast cancer, healthy lifestyle choices are a key factor in maintaining the best possible quality of life.”

“This October, we’ve partnered with LBBC to not only raise awareness but to also make an immediate impact in the lives of women affected by breast cancer,” Demb and Polin said in a joint statement. “LBBC provides these women with immediate emotional help and comprehensive information to help them move beyond their diagnosis throughout treatment, recovery or disease management.”

For more than 20 years, Living Beyond Breast Cancer has been providing educational resources and support services to women of all ages who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. LBBC helps improve the quality of life for these women by empowering them with the information they need to make the best and most informed decisions for themselves and their families. National conferences, monthly teleconferences, regional community meetings, the Guides to Understanding Breast Cancer and a toll-free  Breast Cancer Helpline are just a few examples of the services that are provided, always at little or no cost.

If someone you know has been newly diagnosed, is in treatment, recovery, years beyond their diagnosis or living with metastatic breast cancer, LBBC can help. For more information call (610) 645-4567 or download a free copy of LBBC's general information brochure, Empower.