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Every purchase made through this page will support the Foundation’s commitment to cancer prevention research, education and community outreach programs nationwide. Thank you for supporting us.
The Alloro Collection offers elegant clothes and accessories in rich colors and beautiful fabrics specifically designed for women who have experienced breast cancer. The designs address the changes in contour, comfort and appearance of a woman’s body — without sacrificing style. Alloro’s mission is to help women with breast cancer regain confidence and move forward to a joyful — and fashionable — life. Alloro will donate 25% of all profits to support breast cancer research and programs for underserved women. Visit www.allorocollection.com.
The Prevent Cancer Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds from each Life Tie neck tie or scarf purchased. Your Life Tie purchase supports a carefully selected portfolio of organizations that bring about real change in research, prevention and patient care.
Michael V. Girard and the Prevent Cancer Foundation
In Life With and the Passing of My Wife Joan, Michael V. Girard chronicles 42 years of marriage with his beloved wife Joan from their early life in Guyana to their emigration to the United States. Girard details a love story for the ages filled with episodes of tentative courtship, political turmoil and Joan’s 5-year battle and eventual passing from sarcoma, a rare form of soft-tissue cancer. In honor of Joan’s life and legacy, 10% of the proceeds from each book purchased will be donated to the Prevent Cancer Foundation and their mission to save lives through cancer prevention and early detection.
Dr. Ann Kulze and the Prevent Cancer Foundation
Following the success of Eat Right for Life, a blueprint for healthy eating, Ann Kulze, M.D., a nationally recognized motivational speaker and renowned authority on nutrition, healthy living and disease prevention has published the Cookbook Companionto Eat Right for Life. Full of Dr. Ann’s favorite recipes, and best tips, the Cookbook Companion is a step-by-step guide to healthy and tasty eating and an inspirational tool for maintaining optimal nutrition.
For every Cookbook Companion purchased, Dr. Ann will donate $1.00 to the Prevent Cancer Foundation.
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Use GoodSearch.com as your online search engine, and they will make a donation to the Foundation -about a penny per search – every time you search. Remember to identify the Foundation as your charity. Here are your downloading options:
- Download the GoodSearch Tool Bar
- Download GoodSearch into your browser search box
- Make GoodSearch your internet browser homepage
GoodShop.com is an online shopping outlet which donates up to 37 percent of each purchase to your favorite cause! Hundreds of great stores including Amazon, Apple, Target, Gap, Best Buy, ebay, Macy’s, Lumber Liquidators, and Barnes & Noble have teamed up with GoodShop. Every time you place an order via the GoodShop Web site, you’ll be supporting the Foundation.
The giftback.com mission is to give people the opportunity to support causes that are important to them. Giveback.com designates 10% of every floral arrangement and gift sale to the Foundation.
eBay Giving Works
eBay Giving Works lets you shop or sell in support of cancer prevention research, education and community outreach. Remember to designate the Prevent Cancer Foundation as your charity of choice and a percentage of the sale will support the Foundation’s programs.
Aubrey Gallimore, an Independent Consultant for Eclipse Candle Co in Stone Mountain, GA, lost her mother, Brenda A. Curtis, to colorectal cancer in 2006. For every Eclipse tin candle sold through Aubrey’s Web site, $6 will be donated to the Prevent Cancer Foundation to support cancer prevention and early detection.
Be certain to use order code PCF1759.
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