Breast Cancer Prevention through art, education, awareness & action
FACT Of The Day
ARE YOU PUTTING TOXIC CHEMICALS ON YOUR FACE?!
Check the Environmental Working Group database to see how your cosmetics rate on their toxicity scale and for other non-toxic tips: Learn more Here !
The Keep A Breast Foundation's, Support Programs Director, Miss Amanda Nixon reports about breast density and how it correlates with breast cancer.
Angelina Jolie’s op-ed in the New York Times today is sparking conversations around the world about preemptive mastectomies. The actress and philanthropist came forward with her decision to undergo the invasive medical procedure after learning she carried the ‘faulty’ gene, BRCA1.
Dianna Cohen, cofounder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, as keynote speaker at the Keep A Breast Foundation's Farm to Table event .
Join other amazing survivors on Sunday, May 19th from 11am-4pm at the Keep A Breast Pop Up Shop for an elegant POP UP pampering and breast casting day to support breast cancer survivors in Encinitas, CA!
Kimmy McAtee recaps the Art collective, NIGHT SEID premier on April 18th.
Last year was a busy year for Keep A Breast. We participated in 256 events with the goal of educating young people on the methods of breast cancer prevention, early detection, and health risks.
Two years ago we approached Shepard Fairey and his design studio to help us create the look and feel of our newest program The Non Toxic Revolution. What happened next sparked a 8 city street art campaign, a limited edition poster, and the only website you will actually enjoy learning how to pronounce chemicals, and now this awesome tee raising funds for Keep A Breast!
The Keep A Breast Foundation is proud to announce our Spring POP UP shop in the UNIV garage in Encinitas April 27th - May 31st. The pop-up will also feature a series of special events including our Treasured Chest Program breast casting day, a farm to table vegan dinner, a movie night with Culture Brewing, and coffee tasting with Angels and Airwaves bassist David Kennedy's new coffee line James Coffee.
Jake Bundrick of Mayday Parade reports back from the Non Toxic Revolution Plastic Sucks Challenge.
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Keep a breast foundation
The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is the leading youth-focused, global, nonprofit breast cancer organization. Our mission is to eradicate breast cancer for future generations. We provide support programs for young people impacted by cancer and educate people about prevention, early detection, and cancer-causing toxins in our everyday environment.