BRCA. It’s the gene mutation that gives Ashkenazi Jews a higher risk of breast cancer than the general population. But the women’s Zionist organization Hadassah is using three of BRCA’s letters—b, r, a—as a platform to help American women lead.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to help bring attention to the cause, Killeen Sew and Quilt is hosting a bra-decorating contest — “Save the Boobies!” — with the grand prize of a new sewing machine up for grabs. Organizer of the event.
In addition to the bra decorating contest, the organization has added a 5K run to the set of events intended to raise money and awareness. The Bra-Ha-Ha started as a way to inform the community “about breast cancer and the importance of getting.
The Corvallis Clinic Foundation is asking the public to submit a decorated art bra for the foundation’s first Gallery of Art Bras event in October. The art bra — which can be one that shows creativity, promotes a business or demonstrates support for.
Present your creatively decorated bra by Sept. 27 for the Oct. 1 "Bras for a Cause" event hosted by Nielsen's Florist. Nielsen’s Florist to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month with “Bras for a Cause” on Wednesday, Oct. 1 in the Conservatory.
You wouldn't wear these out of the house. The feathers could tickle. The antlers could poke through your blouse. The glitter? It's best not even to think about where that might end up. But these bras -- pink and grassy, prickly and bedazzled -- have a.
The Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium is looking for a little extra “support” for breast cancer awareness as it kicks off its first Decorated Bra Event. The contest encourages participants to decorate a bra to promote breast cancer awareness.
Get creative this month for breast cancer awareness and bedazzle a bra! Grab a glue gun and stick some gems on a bra, add a bow and some glitter and enter it into the Think Pink Bra Decorating Competition which is all part of this month’s breast cancer.
The Women’s Center of Greater Lansing held a charity event Nov. 4 at The Runway in Lansing. There, professional writing senior Emily Reyst said people could mingle, eat food and peruse bra art. The event was the 8th Annual In Her Cups Bras for a Cause.
29. In the contest, individuals, organizations and businesses are asked to decorate bras for breast cancer awareness that will be auctioned off at a later date with the proceeds going to benefit the Encore Plus Program, which provides free breast cancer.