Bob Carey once again travels the world in his trademark pink tutu, creating stunning photographic moments. TUTU is a 96-page softcover book of Bob’s photography and personal anecdotes from his location shoots. This book is a must-have for anyone whose life has been affected by breast cancer. It’s also a great gift for art & photo enthusiasts
Net proceeds are used to support breast cancer patients financially and emotionally.
100% NET PROCEEDS GO TO THE FOUNDATION
SHOP FOR BREAST CANCER GIFTS
Buy our book, tutus, stickers, and other breast cancer gifts at our store, and know that the net proceeds are being used by our Foundation. Our tutus come in different colors and come in a wonderful gift bag that can be used year-round.
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Show your support for breast cancer patients by displaying this Signed Limited Edition print in your home, office, school, cancer center or hospital hall. Every purchase made through our project donates 100% of net proceeds to the Carey Foundation, our breast cancer non-profit organization.
The donations received through our project impact hundreds of breast cancer patients annually. We believe that we are “stronger together” and therefore partner with like-minded non-profits to distribute funds. Meet our Breast Cancer Allies, and contact us if you are a patient and need support from any of our partner organizations.
STORIES, NEWS & MORE
We’ve corralled living with breast cancer stories and recent articles that might be helpful from around the web. Get educated, inspired or heck, just use us our blog as a good way to pass the time.
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