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It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

by Shanna Herrmann |

It's October, which not only means fall is officially here and Halloween around the corner. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, the month to raise awareness for a disease that 1 in 8 women is diagnosed with in her lifetime. Like in the past years, we are collaborating with an organization that supports fighters and survivors, National Breast Cancer Foundation!

 

 

Like the past years, we want to do our little part to help, and have decided to go with the same collaboration we have don in the past years: donating 100% of all pink polishes in our store that are bought during the month of October to NBCF. So if you purchase any one of these, you can help us donate to help those affected by breast cancer.

NBCF has been our partner in the past two years and we love what they do.

Not only do they provide information on early detection and offer lots of information on research and education, but they also provide help on how to deal with and understand breast cancer (check out their Beyond The Shock program).

If you're not into nail polish, you can donate a HOPE kit to a breast cancer patient or request one if you are a patient yourself. Learn more about HOPE kits here!

 

If you are into nail polish though, you can purchase any of our four pink nail polishes Mean Girl, Bubblegum, Sugar Spun or Same Old Love during the month of December to support NBCF.

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MEAN GIRL

BUBBLEGUM

SUGAR SPUN

SAME OLD LOVE

 

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About National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.

Recognized as one of the leading breast cancer organizations in the world, National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Helping Women Now® by providing early detection, education and support services to those affected by breast cancer. A recipient of Charity Navigator’s highest 4-star rating for 14 years, NBCF provides support through their National Mammography Program, Beyond The Shock®, breast health education, and research programs. For more information, please visit www.nbcf.org.

 

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