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donate_featured_imageSince 1991 the volunteers and staff of the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation have worked tirelessly to fulfill the mission of our organization – the eradication of breast cancer through education and advocacy.

We began as pioneers in the fields of breast cancer education and advocacy. Today we remain committed to providing accurate information to all those interested in breast cancer issues and a voice in legislative and research endeavors for all Virginians whose lives have been affected by this terrible disease. We are an independent, non-profit organization and our educational and advocacy opportunities are free or at a minimum cost. Your support is put to work in communities across Virginia.

We cannot do this without your help. Give generously to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation to help us continue our vital work. This is a fight we want to win.
Ways to Support VBCF:

  • Purchase a Pink Ribbon License Plate. VBCF receives $15 from every plate purchased or renewed. Visit your local DMV to get your plate.
  • Donate any time through these campaigns:
    • Combined Federal Campaign (CFC – federal employees) – 43602
    • Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC – state employees) – 3787
    • United Way (private employers) – Remember that you may always write-in “Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation” even if you don’t see our name on a local 501c3 “partners” list.
  • Leave a legacy. Make a Charitable Bequest to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation in your will or living trust. To learn more, please click here or contact Katy Sawyer, VBCF Executive Director, for more information.

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The Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to the eradication of breast cancer through education and advocacy.

Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation
5004 Monument Avenue
Suite 102
Henrico, VA 23230

800-345-8223 | 804-285-1200

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  • Asking Virginia's legislators to Close the Coverage Gap so all Virginians can access cancer screenings http://t.co/rIfns6TWDs - posted on 01/21/2015
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