How Can I Promote Breast Cancer Awareness?

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Here’s How You Can Make a Difference in Your Community

Perhaps you know someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer can start from a woman’s milk ducts, the glands that produce milk, and in other breast tissues.

Did you know that next to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women? The latest U.S. breast cancer statistics show that one in eight American women, or about 12% of the country’s female population, is expected to develop invasive breast cancer within her lifetime. At the start of 2020 alone, it was estimated that roughly 42,170 women would lose their lives to the disease.

 

Ways You Can Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

Contrary to what some people may think, some types of breast cancer don’t cause a visible lump in the patient’s breast. Sometimes, the lumps can only be detected through screening mammograms way before the patient gets to feel the tumor or experience its symptoms. Since breast cancer is most treatable in its earliest stages, awareness of the disease and the importance of early detection via screening is a must.

Knowing this, you can make a difference in your community by spreading awareness and educating others about breast cancer. Have a look at how you can do this:

1. Learn all you can about breast cancer.

Breast cancer can affect anyone. It’s best to educate yourself about your risks of developing the disease because this can aid in early detection and treatment. Encourage your loved ones who may be in the high-risk group to check for breast abnormalities and to get mammograms.

2. Get your pink outfit ready!

Did you know that the pink ribbon is the international symbol for breast cancer? If you want to attract attention and support for breast cancer awareness, add a touch of pink to your outfit, take a photo of yourself, and post it on your favorite social media platform. While you’re at it, encourage your family and friends to get their pink outfits ready as well!

3. Offer to help someone who has breast cancer.

If you know someone who’s battling breast cancer, try to find a way to make life easier for them — even if they don’t ask for help. Ask if they need someone to help prepare their meals, mow their lawn, drive them to their next doctor’s appointment, or walk their dog.

 

Donate a Vehicle to Breast Cancer Car Donations

If you have an unwanted vehicle that you’re planning to dispose of, consider donating it to us at Breast Cancer Car Donations. We work with IRS-certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that provide comprehensive breast health services to uninsured and underserved individuals throughout the country.

We will sell your donated automobile through an auction and distribute the proceeds to these nonprofits that we have partnered with. They will use the funding to provide their beneficiaries with easy access to medical facilities where they can undergo full treatment. They also offer other services, including free breast cancer screening, prevention, aftercare, and counseling.

As a vehicle donor, you’ll get rewarded with a maximum tax deduction. Expect to receive in your mailbox the tax-deductible sales receipt of your sold vehicle within days after its auction.

You will also benefit from our free towing service. You can avail yourself of this free service wherever you are in the country since our vehicle donation program covers all 50 states.

Aside from the material rewards, you’ll find awesome satisfaction in knowing that your act of charity will be used to help save lives.

We accept nearly all types of vehicles without much regard as to their condition. We’ll take even an old clunker that won’t even start anymore.

For more information regarding our donation program, particularly our quick and simple donation process, check out our FAQs page. For your inquiries or concerns, feel free to call us anytime at 866-540-5069 or contact us here.

 

Help Fight Breast Cancer Today!

When you donate your car through Breast Cancer Car Donations, you can be sure that the proceeds of your donated vehicle will benefit your community - CarDonations4Cancer.org

The American Cancer Society estimates that there are over 3.5 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S. If you want to bring this number higher, educate yourself about breast cancer, wear something pink, help someone with breast cancer, and donate a vehicle to Breast Cancer Car Donations! Let breast cancer victims know that there’s still hope for them. Call 866-540-5069 or fill out our online donation form to make your car donation now!

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