ANAONO

After her double mastectomy and breast reconstructions five years ago, Dana Donofree was bummed to discover that the only thing the American Cancer Society could offer to clad her breasts were granny bras. Others in her shoes – or foobs – turned to sports bras as an answer. But how limiting. So, AnaOno was born, a now two-year-old business producing beautiful undergarments for her demographic ― and in fact for all demographics with boobs. Many of her designs rely on double stretch lace to give great shape vs. standard designs that rely, apparently, on sag and general gravity. Who knew!

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The Pink Fund

The Pink Fund provides financial support which helps meet basic needs, decrease stress levels and allow breast cancer patients to focus on healing. Our 90-day grant program covers non-medical cost-of-living expenses.

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Thrive Causemetics

Thrive Causemetics is Beauty with a Purpose: for every product purchased, they donate to help a woman thrive. They believe changing the world starts with a single ingredient, and that’s why they create vegan, 100% cruelty-free formulas containing proven ingredients without the use of parabens or sulfates.

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Pink Ink Tattoo

Tara Dunsmore is a Certified Areola Complex, 3D Nipple & Scar Camouflage ​Tattoo Artist , Breast Cancer Survivor & Nurse. After being offered only three shades for her nipple tattoo she knew there had to be a better way. She trained with the best teacher in the country and come back to NC to offer expert aerola, 3D tattooing to all survivors. She vowed to give them exactly what they desire; whatever color or size they request, she would always provide a realistic appearance.

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Pink Daisy Project

Our organization is dedicated to the memory of my Grandma Daisy, the first pink warrior in my life. Grandma was guided in life by a few basic principles: family comes first, love with all your heart, and give unselfishly. Grandma taught me how to cook, sew, and fight breast cancer bravely and with perseverance. In her honor, the Pink Daisy Project is committed to providing care and comfort to young women facing breast cancer treatment. That’s the way Grandma would have wanted it.

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Overcomers

Overcomes understand the hurts and pain that survivors endure with a breast cancer diagnosis because their leadership team are all survivors.  They walk hand in hand with their pink sisters by providing them with compassion, a listening ear, a place to be real and to show them that light can shine through brokenness onto wholeness.

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