Calavera swimwear and tattoo artist Kim Saigh have teamed up to create two unique swimsuits to benefit the Keep A Breast Foundation. 50% of the proceeds for these beautiful suits will go towards breast cancer awareness and education!
It’s because of my mom that I am who I am, and that I have the guts and the strength to do what I do every day and I’m going to let her know it.
The Keep A Breast Foundation recently had the opportunity to meet and cast Malice Munro for Angel City Derby Girl’s Eat Your Art Out fundraiser. Malice shared with us her personal story and connection to cancer and how roller derby has been a huge influence in her life.
Celebrate 34 years of Earth Day by doing some simple things that will help you and the environment. Many things that lower your risk for breast cancer are also good for our planet and can be pretty fun!
There’s nothing like a little stress to make you a complete head case, but it does more than just make you feel crazy, your physical health can suffer too. Follow these 7 easy ways to de-stress during this stressful time of year.
We are so pleased to announce that MZ & Emmers have just sold their 500th item and have raised over $34,000 in support of Keep A Breast!
KAB ambassador and Pierce The Veil lead singer, Vic Fuentes actually wrote the song “A Match Into Water” about an ex-girlfriend who was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Ready to Spring Clean your mind, body and spirit?Essentially Pink’s Lara Kolijonen is here to share her breast health wisdom and get you to be the healthiest you can be this Spring.
Keep A Breast Founder Shaney Jo Darden speaks out about the Supreme Court’s recent decision to decline to hear Easton Area School District’s appeal to ban “i love boobies!” bracelets in schools.