Breast Oasis – Plastic Surgery – Program Ends On November 2nd

This post is genuinely dear to my heart. As many of my readers are aware that my mother passed from breast cancer.

This is October and of course, it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 🙂

I wanted to do a special post specifically about The Breast Oasis program. This program is known for their donation of new and gently used bras for women in need. Actually, they are donated by the plastic surgeons themselves and communities. I happen to think this is quite generous on their part!

Each donated bra comes with a self-breast exam card…how cool is that! These free cards help encourage women to schedule yearly mammograms and also do self exams.

This program is introduced by Breast Oasis and About Plastic Surgery.com

Surgeons Give Support will run through Breast Cancer Awareness month and end Friday, November 2nd.

Won’t you please help spread the word about Surgeons Give Support program?!

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Products – For All Moms and Grandmothers

 

 

October – A month to show your support for all who have lost their lives to breast cancer and also those who have survived.

 

The various beautiful items for sale are ideal for fund raising, Breast Cancer walks, and all charitable events.

 

Donate and promote awareness! 🙂

 
 
 
Breast Cancer Products Sale
 
 
Click To Give Free Mammograms!

October Is Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness Month

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is celebrating 25 years of awareness, education and empowerment.

Fund Mammograms For Women In Need ~~ They Need Your Click!

The Breast Cancer Site

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Yesterday I went to Walmart and was greeted and given this pretty piece of paper with the Domestic Violence logo and ribbon on it. 😉

It just reminded me of how fortunate I am and also very thankful I have a gentle, loving, and caring husband that loves and supports me 100% !! 🙂

So Comforting!!!

However, not all women are as fortunate…

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, one in four women will be the victim of domestic violence at some point in her lifetime.

http://www.dvipiowa.org/