5 Breast Cancer Funds We Love Supporting

Breast Cancer Funds We Love Supporting - Titty City Design - Like a good bra, we support Breast Cancer Awareness Funds - Breast Cancer Awareness Month - October

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  

This month and every month, we advocate for breast health and celebrate all boobs with our Brave Boobies Collection which features our signature design that includes a variety of mastectomy scars.

At Titty City Design, we celebrate all the Titties, all the time and promote body confidence. We also believe it is super important to keep your boobs happy and healthy through education and self-exams for breast cancer prevention and early detection.

Like a good bra, we always show our support to the Titties. A portion of our proceeds goes to help support breast cancer patients. Every October, we double our contribution. 

Breast Cancer Organizations That We Love

This October and all year, we encourage you to donate your time or money to one of our favorite breast cancer organizations that we love to support.

#1 METAvivor

A little over a year ago, we received DMs about this incredible organization from our instagram communi-Titty. We did our own research and decided that we would support METAvivor annually by contributing a portion of our proceeds. In October, we double our contributions.

We love what METAvivor is doing for the breast cancer community: 

  • METAvivor is dedicated to the specific fight of women and men living with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. 
  • METAvivor remains the sole US organization dedicated to awarding annual stage 4 breast cancer research.
  • METAvivor exists to sustain hope for those living with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer (MBC). 
  • They are a volunteer-led, non-profit organization that funds vital research to help improve the longevity and quality of life for MBC patients. 
  • They are also passionately committed patients that rally public attention to the urgent needs of the MBC community, help patients find strength through support and purpose, and make every dollar count as we work with researchers to extend and improve the quality of life for MBC patients.

How to donate or get involved

You can shop Titty City Design to support this incredible organization. You can also donate directly to metavivor and support the cause.

Breast Cancer Patient Gifts Proceeds Donated to Metavivor Titty City Design

 

#2 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

This October we are supporting The American Cancer Society with the launch of our Brave Boobie bandana for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.

$1 of every Brave Boobie bandana will be donated directly to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. For October, we launched 3 bandanas in our signature Titty City design and have a limited amount available. You can claim yours here!

Titty City Design is also donating a special supportive gift set to be raffled off at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer local event on the Santa Monica Pier starting at 9 am on Saturday, October 22. It includes an All Boobs are Beautiful Titty Tote Bag, Brave Boobies Hot Tits Mug, and our best-selling Brave Boobies socks.

If you live in Southern California, we recommend checking out the event. There will be dozens of other incredible businesses contributing to the raffle as well.

We love what Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is doing for the breast cancer community:

The American Cancer Society envisions a future where our children no longer live with the threat of breast cancer and where everyone has a fair and just opportunity to prevent, find, treat, and survive the disease. By supporting the Making Strides movement, you help ensure the American Cancer Society can continue fighting for that vision. Help fund the future of breast cancer research and programs for our loved ones today – and for the next generation. For more information, go to makingstrideswalk.org 

The Making Strides movement raises lifesaving funds that support breast cancer patients, survivors, thrivers, and caregivers through every step of their journey. For more than three decades, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has been uniting communities, companies, and individuals in the fight against breast cancer. By supporting MSABC, you help fund innovative research; promote education and risk reduction, and provide comprehensive patient support to those who need it most.

How to donate or get involved

For more information, go to makingstrideswalk.org

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Partnership with Titty City Design Boob Bandana 2022

 

#3 Bright Pink

Have you heard of Bright Pink?

Last October, one of our very own Titty Team members ran in the Chicago Marathon on the Bright Pink team. It was incredible and inspiring! 

We were there following her to various checkpoints all across the city with our Titty City swag and signs! We tracked her and cheered her on and even cried when she crossed the finish line because we were so proud of her. Great job, Jamie! 

The mission of Bright Pink is to accelerate, deepen, and expand the impact of life-saving breast and ovarian health interventions.

The organization operates as a Venture Philanthropy Fund to find and fund the next generation of ground-breaking breast and ovarian health initiatives. They work to move the needle on young women's breast and ovarian health outcomes and have continued to deepen their focus on health equity and finding solutions that remove barriers to care and help save lives.

We love what Bright Pink is doing for the breast cancer community:

  • Helped nearly 1.8 million women understand their breast/ovarian cancer risk and develop a personalized prevention plan.
  • Educated more than 110,000 women on breast/ovarian health basics through in-person educational workshops, with more than half of those being collegiate women.
  • Trained more than 20,000 women’s health providers to enable them to better identify and manage breast and ovarian cancer risk for the estimated 72M+ female patients they care for annually.
  • Supported more than 6,500 high-risk women through one-of-a-kind support programs.

How to donate or get involved

Every dollar donated directly supports their mission. Donate directly to Bright Pink.

Be Bright Pink Chicago Marathon Fundraiser Titty City Desing

  

#4 Susan G Komen

My grandmother passed away from breast cancer long before I was born. My partner lost his mother to breast cancer in 2009, just 3 years before I met him. We connected over our relationships with breast cancer and in 2013 we rallied our friends and family and got involved with Susan G Komen’s Race for the Cure (now called, The More than Pink Walk) in Los Angeles.

We have raised money year after year for our More Than Pink team in my grandma and mother-in-law’s memories.

We love what Susan G Komen is doing for the breast cancer community:

  • Research that provides new hope through lifesaving discoveries. Funding breakthroughs that give more time to everyone in their fight against breast cancer.
  • Care that ensures all have access to quality screening, diagnosis, and treatment for breast cancer. Offering patient support, treatment assistance, even childcare, and transportation services.
  • Community to support everyone, no matter where they are in their breast cancer journey. Providing a safe place to share, grieve, support, and find strength forward.
  • Action through advocacy, fighting for government funding, and critical patient support and research. We fight for the rights of patients among policymakers and compassionate care for everyone.How to donate or get involved

How to get involved

Susan G Komen has local walks that you can get involved in and raise money. Please check it out.

Susan G Komen More Than Pink Walk Titty City Design Fundraiser

 

 

#5 Malibu Dana + The Breast Cancer Fundraiser (The BCF)

Malibu Dana and The Breast Cancer Fundraiser's mission is to help create a world where no breast cancer patient feels alone.

The BCF sends WeCare Packages across the country for newly diagnosed patients that service the "whole woman" in need of useful items that are often overlooked but essential during breast cancer treatment and recovery.

Their main goal is to preserve the dignity of breast cancer patients and their loved ones by providing tangible, compassionate care. 

Malibu Dana is a proud ambassador, advisory board member, and volunteer for The Breast Cancer Fundraiser. A portion of every purchase from Malibu Dana goes to the WeCare program. She also donates one of her signature Butterfly Strong trucker hats to every WeCare package. 

This October, Titty City Design has teamed with Malibu Dana and The BCF by donating a Hot Tits Mug, Titty Sweetheart, and TitTies Hair Ties to be raffled off at Polkadots + Moonbeams (Get your raffle tickets here).

We love what Malibu Dana + The BCF is doing for the breast cancer community. About Dana:

"I was just 35 years old when I got diagnosed with breast cancer. This disease took me on a journey to an unspeakably dark place, but I fought my way back to the light. I have been cancer free now for 12 years. I wake up every morning incredibly grateful for my life. I am now an advocate for early detection and launched my Malibu Dana activewear, apparel, and swimwear line to raise funds to help breast cancer patients preserve their dignity during treatment by donating a portion of the proceeds from every purchase. The butterfly effect says the flap of one butterfly’s delicate wing can cause a hurricane halfway around the world. I ask you to join me and flap your wings. Together we can generate powerful forces to change this world for the better. Live with passion, pursue happiness, and inspire others with the light that shines in each of us! Live butterfly strong! With gratitude for every breath, Malibu Dana"

How to get involved

For more information, and to request a WeCare Package for a newly diagnosed breast cancer patient, go to thebreastcancerfundraiser.org/request 

Breast Cancer Orgs - Malibu Dana - Titty City Design - The Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Any Support Can Make A Huge Difference

We hope we have filled you with inspiration to get involved with the breast cancer community and show your support. 

Remember, not all donating needs to be with money. It can also be done by donating your time. Both can make a huge difference! Thank you for reading and thank you for your support! 

 

At Titty City Design, we believe that every boobie is beautiful, and that should be celebrated. We are a female-owned and operated, small business here to spread self-love and body positivity with our line of boob apparelboob accessories, and boob-themed decor and products for the home. A portion of our proceeds goes to help support postpartum people and breast cancer patients.

 

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