2018 marks Keep A Breast’s 18th year, and what a fantastic year it has been! I want to personally thank everyone for their involvement in this organization and its mission. I am thrilled to share our 2018 Global Impact numbers with you! We have so many new and exciting things on the horizon for Keep A Breast,… Read more »
As Keep A Breast embarks on its 18th year, I wanted to personally thank everyone for their involvement in this organization and its mission. To celebrate, we’re looking back on our amazing achievements of 2017! Sending so much love to our partners, donors, DIYers, volunteers, followers, participants, and anyone who has supported our work. Here’s to an even bigger… Read more »
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 »
(Originally written for and posted on Mind Body Green) It’s a new year, a fresh start…an opportunity to avoid toxic chemicals? Yup, it’s not your typical resolution, but when it comes to the products we use every single day, it might be the most important one. Here’s the deal, products that contain potentially harmful carcinogens generally… 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.
We’ve rounded up all the breast cancer news from August in one blog to keep you in the know!
Keep A Breast and Vans Warped Tour 2015 headliners Pierce The Veil are joining forces to spread the word about breast cancer prevention. Start a fundraising page and enter to win a VIP fan experience to meet Pierce The Veil and watch their show from stage!
Finding the silver lining in something as difficult as cancer ma sound next to impossible, but Mona shares why it’s so important & how this book can help.
Philanthropy is a two-way relationship; it isn’t just about giving, it’s about making positive change in your own life and the lives of others. Keep A Breast Founder, Shaney Jo Darden shares 4 easy steps to being a genuine do-gooder.