Lindsay is a friend of KAB, who found a lump in her own breast at age 33. She was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, ER+, PR+, and HER2+ breast cancer on October 11, 2016. Follow her blog about her story, Lindsay Caught the Cancer exclusively on the KAB Blog. If you’d like to support her, you… Read more »
The Keep A Breast Foundation was founded in response to the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs that focus on educating young people. October is a big month to raise awareness of the need of prevention education for young people. We work on this all year, but October gives us a huge platform to… Read more »
Just 30 minutes of exercise 3-4 times a week lowers your risk of developing breast cancer by 30-50%. This October for Breast Cancer Prevention month, we are focusing on exercise as a means to promote overall wellness and lowering our risk of breast cancer. Our goal is to inspire people to reduce their risk of… Read more »
We are so excited to celebrate National Chia Day with our 1% for the Planet partner, Mamma Chia! It’s no secret that chia seeds are super good for you! (If you don’t know all the things about these awesome seeds, check out the 3 reasons why we put them on EVERYTHING!) This ancient superfood has… 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 »
Chia seeds may look like they’re not a big deal, but those little guys pack a serious healthy punch! In fact, they’ve even been associated with reducing the risks of many adverse health conditions and give you vital nutrients.
The Catalyst Publicity Group and New Age Media Management have partnered with The Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB) to release a 15 song, $15 compilation this holiday season!
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global movement for giving back to the causes that are closest to our hearts. We appreciate any way you support us and thank you for joining is on our journey to a future focused on prevention. We’ve rounded up some easy ways to support your favorite cause that isn’t a direct donation.
Young people ask me this question all the time: how do you start a non profit? They usually ask me how it all works and if I think it’s a good road to take for their idea. Most of the time I casually giggle (because I’m always laughing) and tell them to get involved with a… Read more »