September is a great time to register for a charity run or walk, helping the local community find cures and assist those in need. Here are some of our favorite charity runs.
A Seattle breast cancer survivor whose breasts were surgically removed has gained the permission to swim topless at a city pool.
Wine and music, dancing, cooking and fundraising are all part of the fun events happening in June in the Woodinville Wine Country. Head out to sip and savor the beginning of summer in Western WA.
There are plenty of walks and runs benefitting great charities in June. Get outside and help beat cancer, raise money for animals or show your pride! Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle-based companies Nordstrom and glassybaby have joined forces to create Evelyn, a vibrant pink glass votive perfect for gifting (and getting). The best part? 10% of all purchases will go directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
October might be breast cancer awareness month, but there are lots of events to help fundraise for breast cancer this spring. Celebrate the survivors in your life, or help raise money for a cure.
October is breast cancer awareness month. Whether it’s walking, lunching or shopping, you can do your part to stop this disease that, according to the American Cancer Society, will affect 1 in 8 women in their lifetime.
October is national breast cancer awareness month. Gene Juarez, in partnership with Puget Sounds’ Susan G. Komen For the Cure, wants to make your mammogram experience stress free and comfortable. Now there’s no reason not to get screened!
Last year, nearly 13,000 people showed up to run or walk the 5K for breast cancer, and raised nearly $1.5 million. Not into exercise? There’s even a “race” for you!
May 13-15, you can shop with a discount, and help Fred Hutchinson find a cure for women’s cancers.