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After four years cheering for the New England Patriots I still get the same excited, giddy, anxious feeling before every game. Each game is special and I feel lucky to be a part of every one. But, there is one game in October that holds a special place in my heart.
Every October the NFL goes pink to support breast cancer awareness. Each team dedicates one game during breast cancer awareness month to call attention to the disease in hopes of promoting early detection. The result of this game is a powerful visual. Players, coaches, stadium staff and cheerleaders dress in …
Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2014 is a bit more than half way over! If you are still looking for ways to help and make a difference; there is still time for you to get involved!
Make a donation and help us raise money for breast cancer research by donating to Bakes for Breast Cancer! We believe the way to find the cure, which is important to all of us, is to provide money for breast cancer research; our money helps in treatment options with the hopes that one day the missing pieces to find the cure will be found!
Donate today and …
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is quickly passing but if you want to do something simple and help us raise money for breast cancer, our breast cancer nonprofit Bakes for Breast Cancer has the right event for you to do! It is simple to do and can make a difference! The great thing is you can do it now!
Our nonprofit Bakes for Breast Cancer raises money for breast cancer research with the hopes of finding a cure through dessert-oriented events. This October we introduced the #OfficeBakeSale @Bakes4bc. We know every office loves to enjoy a sweet treat. We ask that you …
Here is to the inspirational people we meet doing our work at Bakes for Breast Cancer! Some we have met, others we look forward to meeting but have only had the opportunity to know through emails.
They inspire us to do more and challenge us to think and create new events! They take what we create and bring life to what we envision.
We thank them! Tomorrow as we start October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and kick-off of the Office Bake Sale at Bakes for Breast Cancer, we need you to get involved!
In the meantime, learn more about our Office Bake Sale …
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is soon approaching and we are excited to be kicking off a new event the First Annual Office Bake Sale!
We know how much everyone loves sweets at the office! Now the sweets at your office can help raise money for breast cancer! Your office can help make a difference in the fight against breast cancer that touches so many we know and love just by having you and your coworkers bring desserts to your office, every day during the month of October!. Sell the sweets to your coworkers as a part of the Office Bake Sale …
We honestly don’t know where the time goes. Yesterday it seems summer just started and now the trees are bare. Breast Cancer Awareness Month came and went already! When you are young and in school the school year seems to last forever. As you get older, time goes quickly.
We did not write much about Breast Cancer Awareness Month because we feel Bakes for Breast Cancer is pink 24/7 365! All year long we are pink and work hard to raise money for breast cancer! There is not a day that goes by where we don’t work on our events- Boston …
With broadband internet, you can find information about just about anything online. But it’s not all Facebook and games. Breast cancer patients can use the Web to find out information and statistics about their diagnosis – but the abundance of information available online is a double-edged sword.
Finding Information on the Internet
The internet is a great way for people to find out more on breast cancer, including risks, signs and symptoms, and treatment options. This is especially important for people who may not have family doctors or who may be too timid to speak up during appointments. Information available online may …
I could feel the vibrations through my pocket , the never ending buzz caused me to stop in my tracks . My voicemail begins to play , and the heaviness in my father’s voice fills the silence of the airy night. ” I have been trying to reach you , I know you must be working but I wanted to tell you that your mother was in the hospital earlier…call me when you get a chance” he said.
It was around 8:00 p.m. and I had just left work, I was walking to the train station to go home when I …