Brobe International Pledges to Support Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)

Support Comes at Time of Need for Central Texas Center Helping Women with Breast Cancer

We recently pledged our support with the Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC), a fellow supporter of breast cancer recovery patients, here in Austin, TX. Funding for BCRC shifted in 2019, so this donation comes at a critical time & we are happy to do our part. For the first half of this year, we are contributing 10% of all sales through our website.

The BCRC mission is to empower those affected by breast cancer with personalized support and compassion. This complements our mission of restoring lifestyle independence to those who are facing breast cancer treatment. BCRC does so much for the women in our community. We just want to do our part to support this amazing organization & the people they serve.

Ray Anne Evans, executive director BCRC responded, “We are thankful for the partnership with Allison and Brobe International and particularly for these additional funds. We know we are both making a difference in the lives of women as they are facing the challenge of breast cancer -- and every dollar of support will help BCRC fulfill our mission.”

Support our mutual mission to restore dignity and independence to women who are on their journey by purchasing a Brobe (Click to View) or by donating directly to BCRC (Click Here to Donate).

About The Breast Cancer Resource Center

The Breast Cancer Resource Center is a place to ask your questions, explore your options, and connect with a diverse community of survivors, lifers, and thrivers who can relate in a way no one else can. For more than 20 years, the women of BCRC have been dedicated to supporting and improving the lives of those touched by breast cancer. Through generous community support, all programs and services are offered free of charge to anyone affected by breast cancer regardless of income, ethnicity, education, sexual orientation, or social support. BCRC strives to embody understanding, preserve dignity, and always see the woman as well as the disease. We believe no one should face breast cancer alone.


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