We greatly appreciate contributions that enable us to continue to provide services to the SF Bay Area.
On and off the field, breast cancer awareness is at an all-time high, and to prove that – athletes have made it a point to wear pink during games.
GetSportsFocus talked to a variety of athletes to find out why they wear pink, as well as with HBCF Executive Director Vera Packard. Thank you to GSF for promoting the work of HBCF, and helping to spread the word about how everyone can help as a local community.
Please take a few moments to watch our new video, featuring four clients who share their experiences of hope, empowerment, renewal, and support.
The HERS Breast Cancer Foundation is proud to announce the expansion of its services to breast cancer survivors with the opening of a new store February 19, at the Stanford Cancer Center.
We are so pleased and grateful to receive a grant for $6,770.00 for our Lymphedema Project program from the To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation.
With this funding, we will be able to help Lymphedema clients with the garments that they will need to help them with this condition.
This year the HERS Breast Cancer Foundation will hold its fifth annual People with Purpose Awards Luncheon at the Sheraton San Jose, in Milpitas, honoring people in our community and beyond, whose contributions have supported breast cancer survivors, as well as our efforts to serve them. The funds raised at this event will go toward our programs, including We Support…YOU Survive, which serves low income women.
HBCF is so grateful to have been chosen to receive a $ 20,000 grant from Bras for the Cause, a community fundraising event sponsored by Tri-Valley SOCKS. The funds will help keep all the programs and services of HBCF going and growing.
You can help us continue our work in several ways, including donations, sponsorship and volunteer activities.