Living Beyond Breast Cancer's Corporate Partners Make an Impact
Every October, companies around the country join Living Beyond Breast Cancer to raise awareness and fundraise for our national programming. Their support is vital to Living Beyond Breast Cancer and we love hearing from people who found us through one of our corporate partners. As we move into Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017, we want to thank some of our corporate supporters for their vital contributions to LBBC and the people we serve.
Since 2004, White House Black Market has been Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s strongest supporter, donating nearly $7 million. Those funds have been invaluable in increasing the reach and depth of our programs and services to help people impacted by breast cancer.
They have three products benefiting LBBC this October: a T-shirt, neckerchief, and scarf. We encourage you to stop into one of their stores in October to buy these products and to thank them for their continued support of Living Beyond Breast Cancer. You can also find the products online in October.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, jane iredale, a clean makeup company, celebrates their 10th anniversary of supporting Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Starting September 5 and
continuing through December 31, profits from their Magic Mitt, a cloth that removes makeup with no chemicals and keeps harmful bacteria at bay, will be donated to LBBC. In October, we will blog about their past products and why they support LBBC. They tell us LBBC’s “goal of support, education and fellowship closely resembles our own mission, making the partnership a natural fit.”
You can find the Magic Mitt and other products at janeiredale.com.
CalExotics, a company that sells sexual health and wellness products, celebrates 9 years of partnership with LBBC this year. Products from their Inspire line were created specifically to support LBBC and promote sexual health. This partnership has spread awareness about LBBC and educated many of CalExotics’ clients about the sexual and intimacy problems many women face after a breast cancer diagnosis. Visit CalExotics' website to view the products and learn more.
Each year, new companies join our Shop to Support partners to increase funding and raise awareness for Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s programing. On June 15, Pharmaca, a natural beauty store with a focus on sustainable products, joined our group of dedicated supporters by hosting their Summer Shopping Event and donating a portion of the proceeds to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
In May, Kendra Scott, a jewelry boutique, held a fundraiser at their Ardmore, Pennsylvania location to support our programing and education. On October 12, Kendra Scott stores in Ardmore; Memphis, Tennessee; and Denver, Colorado are hosting an additional fundraiser where 20 percent of profits go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer. We hope to see you there!
Sara Scott, community relations and events manager of the Ardmore store, says “Kendra Scott is honored to partner with Living Beyond Breast Cancer. The entire company is excited to continue supporting impactful local and national organizations.”
You can get more information about the October 12 fundraiser and on our other fundraising events at lbbc.org/programs-events. For more information on Kendra Scott, visit kendrascott.com.
Would you like to help support our programs and services while you shop? Visit lbbc.org/shoptosupport to see all the products benefitting LBBC.