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MATCHING FUNDS for Breast Cancer!!!

I just heard about some GREAT ways finish strong with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation fundraiser – (the post HERE shows the Courage set, and I sent in $500 from that!) and we are trying to SHOUT it loud to everyone! There are three ways you can help:

  1. Make a donation through THIS page before Mother’s Day and it will be DOUBLED!
  2. Purchase a COURAGE stamp and die set before Friday so that we can make one more big push to get those dollars matched by BCRF Corporate Sponsors!
  3.  Post a picture to Instagram with the #WhyResearch hashtag. $10 is being given to BCRF by the Corporate Sponsors for each story/reason shared on Instagram up to 1000 shares. Currently they only have 114! Read more about the campaign HERE.

There were SO many stories shared in the comments during the bloghop, I’m counting on YOU to go join the #whyresearch hashtag and share a picture of the person you love who is suffering.

Also, please share this blog post with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter…you never know who has $10 they’d like to give!

2 thoughts on “MATCHING FUNDS for Breast Cancer!!!

  1. Thank you so much for your generosity (as always), Sandy!!! I bought the Courage stamp & die set for my AMAZING mom, also a card maker, for Mother’s Day (she’s fighting breast cancer as I type, just finished radiation & now onto the oral chemo, but thankfully her body is responding well to treatment)! I didn’t know about the #whyresearch thing though, so thanks for letting us know about that too! (I’ll ask if my mom is ok with me posting first, of course haha)! You are seriously awesome!!!

    Thanks again!
    Erin

    1. Erin, God bless your mother as she goes thru her treatment! I was lucky in that they caught it early and I only had to have radiation treatments. Because of research I was able to have a “new” radiation treatment which only lasted 5 days and only radiated the cancer cells, not the “good” cells. Research is valuable to those of us dealing with this – I am now in my 10th yr. of being cancer free – may your mother soon complete her treatments too!

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