Breast cancer is an extremely malevolent disease that affects one in eight women nationwide. This is a large group of people whose entire lives have been affected by this disease. Thanks to global fundraising efforts, there are currently over 2.8 million breast cancer survivors alive in the United States today. Here’s how you can help:
There are a number of organizations that raise money for breast cancer research. The Susan G. Komen Foundation is the leading organization for breast cancer research. Through the foundation, you can donate, create a memorial, tribute, legacy, and more!
No act is too small. Wearing pink raises awareness. Wearing pink shows support. And most of all, wearing pink creates a sense of unity. Those who have experienced the life changing effect breast cancer can have will know they have a support system. By wearing pink, we all stand together.
Participate in a Cause
Join us at the Schenectady YMCA for a Glow Zumba on October 27th to show your support while wearing pink! Not into Zumba? Stop by the Glenville YMCA on Friday, October 13th for Breast Cancer Awareness Day!
If that’s not your thing, stop by the Southern Saratoga YMCA on Monday, October 16th at 11:30am for a quick one mile walk. Wear pink and show your support for the community and help combat breast cancer.
Get a Pink Streak
Think pink with a streak. Mix up your fall style by adding a hot pink hair extension in exchange for a $10 donation to breast cancer research. You’ll look great while, at the same time, helping a great cause!