When you turn one everything is still pretty new. You know who your source of food is and how good a clean booty feels. You know who your ride or die people are. You know you love boobies! You know you love dancing and music and naps. Come to think of it, I feel like… Read more »
A foreword: I wrote this blog before the shooting in Orlando and while the LGBTQ community is unfortunately familiar with acts of discrimination and violence this most recent atrocity brought back into my mind the importance of community. We are of all different backgrounds and while our sexuality may not define us, it does link… Read more »
Melanie Pierce signed up for the DIY Action Initiative a little over seven years ago with the goal to get her community involved in raising awareness and funds for breast cancer prevention. Seven years later it is one of the most successful DIY events in the history of Keep A Breast with over $220,000 raised!… Read more »
Sugar has been under scrutiny for a while now, but now a National Institutes of Health funded a study, conducted by University of Texas, finding that high sugar consumption is linked to an increase in breast cancer tumor growth and spreading of cancer. What does this mean to us? This high sugar consumption matches up… Read more »
We are so lucky to have partners that support our mission to educate young people on breast cancer prevention and we could just burst from happiness with all the generous contributions this month. Our gift guide isn’t just full of pink things, it’s full of products that embody the passion of Keep A Breast, from… Read more »
Keep A Breast founder, Shaney Jo, shares what she learned from her skin cancer diagnosis, the moments that hit hard, and the things that really helped.