By Zoë Christopher, Program Officer and Operations Manager
This year marks my 14th year working at Breast Cancer Action. In all these years, you can bet I’ve seen a lot of change.
Most recently, we’ve found ourselves leaning into our national work by becoming a virtual organization and bringing on our new Executive Director, Atlanta-based Krystal Redman. But amidst all that change and growth, when someone reaches out to us for information and resources they need to make informed decisions about their own breast cancer diagnosis or that of a loved one, I still feel well-anchored in the work of providing that support.
Please consider making a donation today to help us continue to provide unbiased, evidence-based information and resources to people at risk of and living with breast cancer.
Individual donors like you make Breast Cancer Action’s independence possible. Your gift will allow us to continue our work of providing:
- Compassionate one-on-one support services for anyone looking for the tools and analysis that will help them make deeply personal health decisions;
- One-of-a-kind content related to the latest news about breast cancer issues through our podcasts, webinars, media analysis, and thought leadership;
- Resources and opportunities to take action and demand change in federal policy through our corporate campaigns such as Think Before You Pink®, which demands accountability and transparency in breast cancer fundraising;
- Free educational materials with unbiased, accessible, science-based analysis of breast cancer issues.
In a year filled with so much change, one thing stays the same. Breast Cancer Action’s independence, maintained because of our refusal to accept funds from any corporation that profits from or contributes to breast cancer, means you can always trust that we will put your health first.