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Our Handpicked Local Charities:


These local charities have been handpicked by us because their missions align with our core values of research and science, healing, prevention, and care. It is important for you to know where your donations are going. ​

American Cancer Society

Although, The American Cancer Society is not local to us here in PA, it holds a special place in our hearts since this was the first charity we supported as a team. These donations can help the American Cancer Society fund breakthrough breast cancer research, provide free information and support, and help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it may be more treatable.

Main St.

Main St. was started as Pine2Pink 6 years ago in Bucks County. Main St. reinforces that our friends and neighbors and loved ones battling breast cancer are not alone. The funds raised by Main St. benefit breast cancer patients at Fox Chase Cancer Center Buckingham, Grand View Health, Doylestown Health and Kin Wellness and Support Center through programs such as; food assistance, cold capping, integrative services, counseling and therapy, out-of-pocket expenses, treatment transportation, comfort bags, and treatment center support and improvements.

BRCA Research at Penn Medicine

Penn Medicine is a world renounced hospital located in Philadelphia, PA. They have many departments for cancer and cancer research, but one that stuck out to us was The Basser Center for BRCA Research. BRCA gene testing is important for families impacted by cancer.  The Basser Center has helped to accelerate progress for BRCA-related cancer research; including contributing to the development of FDA-approved targeted therapies for BRCA-related cancers.

Unite for Her

Unite for Her is another PA non-profit that enriches the health and well-being of those diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers by funding and delivering integrative therapies. They also provide care packages to women and men in treatment. Each care package is designed to educate and empower patients at any stage of treatment.

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