Just a little Monday reminder that early detection and breast self-exam’s save lives. B4BC supporter Denise Cross stopped by our booth recently to share this message… “Yippee I am a 5-year breast cancer survivor! I owe B4BC such a big hug because it was
"To me, cancer is one of the most unfortunate afflictions in the world. It’s devastating and I wouldn’t wish it upon anybody. About two years ago, my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer. It had a vast effect on my family. But when she stayed strong, pushed t
This past weekend at the SuperGirl Pro we had the privilege of meeting the Rios Family—who know, all too well, the importance of early detection. Unfortunately, this lovely family lost their 26-year-young sister to breast cancer last year.
It’s personal for Erin Clemens who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 25, after being told she was overreacting to a lump she found. Erin followed her instincts and pressed for more testing, which determined that she did in fact, have breast cancer
IT’S PERSONAL // for Tory Brumm-Ward and best friend Andrea Du Bois. Tory was diagnosed with breast cancer in September of 2011 at the age of 26 years old. Tory and Andrea volunteered in our B4BC educational outreach booth last week at the 2012 summer X Games.
Living a healthy and active lifestyle and spreading a positive message goes far beyond just my love for snowboarding. A few members in my family have struggled with cancer, one being my father, who passed away from lung cancer when I was 14.
IT’S PERSONAL // B4BC’s Crystal Yang was at the Beachley Classic all last week in Dee Why, Australia with our surf team riders. While there she caught up with team rider Malia Manuel to share why breast cancer is personal for her…
This week, Alana Kessler, founder of Sangha Yoga Shala in Brooklyn, NY, is sharing her story with us. Read on and learn why It’s Personal for Alana. When I was asked to share a personal story about my relationship with breast cancer, I have to admit I was ner
We would like to introduce Amanda Greene, our newest member and Director of Development! This week, we are sharing her story. Read on to learn how Amanda became involved with B4BC and why It’s Personsal. I’ll never forget the day breast cancer became personal
Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation dedicated to providing breast cancer education, prevention and support programs for young people and the action sports community at large.