A story of how laughter has funded expenses for families with breast cancer.
Our non-profit provides funding for expenses not covered by insurance for breast cancer patients.
We distribute our donations to breast cancer non-profits that help us directly impact patients. Our breast cancer foundation helps cover daily expenses and services not normally covered by insurance. Read more about the impact we make by partnering with these amazing Breast Cancer Allies.
100% NET PROCEEDS GO TO THE FOUNDATION
SHOP FOR BREAST CANCER GIFTS
Buy tutus, t-shirts, 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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Let’s work together! Are you a person that can drive others to act? Then come check out the ways that we can work together to fundraise, volunteer or send some cheer to breast cancer patients when they need it most.
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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.
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.
The chemotherapy that I’m taking has a great reputation for doing some serious damage to cancer cells. It’s powerful stuff. The problem is it doesn’t just damage the bad cells. I liken it to a bomb going off in enemy territory. “Fantastic! We wiped out the...read more
10 Simple Tips If someone close to you was diagnosed with cancer, would you know what to say or do? I think a lot of people struggle with how to initiate a conversation when they learn of a co-worker's diagnosis. Before being diagnosed with breast cancer myself, I...read more
Why I'm Not Sorry I had Cancer What Cancer Took from Me It's easy to describe all the things that cancer took from me. It took my left breast, my hair, my perfect figure, and my last gasp chance to have my own child. It took relationships that needed to be severed and...read more
We can honestly say that no writer has ever captured the essence of The Tutu Project, and Bob Carey's photos, in such a beautiful way. Susan Gubar's entire series on the New York Times, named Living with Cancer, has an in-depth coverage of life with cancer unlike any...read more