Become a Corporate Sponsor!

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The (Amazing) Benefits Include:

  • Sponsor Acknowledgment – Logo and text

  • Co-branded digital education kit for presentation to employees

  • Brochures for workplace (co-branded)

  • Poster sets for workplace (co-branded)

  • Employee / customer magnet giveaway (co-branded)

  • Workplace decals (windows)

  • Social images (co-branded)

  • Creative consultation for co-branding

  • Editorial advice & content for customer & employee communications – digital & print

  • We handle project management & shipping

 

Changing the picture of breast cancer for good

 

Worldwide Breast Cancer is a US based 501 (c)(3) charity (ein: 47-1133351) working globally to educate every woman in the world about breast cancer.


Worldwide Breast Cancer has the only global breast awareness campaign— ”Know Your Lemons”—proven to educate in public, overcoming communication barriers of literacy, taboo and fear.


Our friendly images are created with patients and health care teams and are backed by a decade of research.

 

Our materials have been translated into 20 languages, are used in more than 90 countries and have been seen by over 500 million people.

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Available in 20 languages (and growing) and used in 90 countries (also growing)!

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Being seen by over 500 million people means big name publicity for our small organization.

We’ve been featured in Woman’s Day Magazine, The “O”, Cosmopolitan, and so many more!

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FWD Partnership

Our corporate sponsor saw nearly $1million dollars in unpaid publicity by promoting the campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Japan. They made a huge impact for helping the public learn the symptoms of breast cancer.

Tenovus Cancer Care & The NHS

Working with charity partner Tenovus Cancer Care in Wales, we were endorsed by the Welsh NHS and delivered a 12 signs of breast cancer poster to every GP surgery (doctor's clinic) in Wales thanks to our corporate sponsor. Now, patients in the waiting room can learn, and report it immediately if they recognize anything.

Miki Yakata, Japanese pop singer and idol AND breast cancer advocate

Miki Yakata, Japanese pop singer and idol AND breast cancer advocate

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Ready to help us change the picture of breast cancer for good? Contact: hello@worldwidebreastcancer.org