Where Your Money Goes...
     A Little Goes a Long Way! 
$1  will send a special hand-made card (made by volunteers) of encouragement to a newly-diagnosed patient

$5  Will help provide postage for mailing to 1 underserved patient in need of a wig or hand-made turban after her first treatment of chemotherapy 

$30 Will provide needed early detection educational materials for 30 health fair attendees

$40 Will provide postage & handling for free medical supplies from our "Hope Closets" to 4 breast cancer patients in need 

$50  Pays for a wig for a patient going through chemotherapy treatments

$100 Provides educational materials in other languages to 30 men and women of other cultures 

$300  Provides educational materials to 100 young adults

$500 Will provide 3 people, who cannot afford a mammogram screening, with a needed mammogram (insurance guidelines often will not pay for necessary mammogram screenings for people under the age of 40).  Mammograms save lives!

 $1000  Pays for 20 breast cancer survivor volunteers to be trained & certified to facilitate/educate a monthly support group in your community each month to reach out & support newly diagnosed patients 


Want  to Volunteer?

Please reach into your heart and make a donation to:
The Breast Cancer Survivors’ Network, Inc.,
A Georgia 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
1401 Georgian Park, Suite 110, Peachtree City, Georgia 30269
Office: 770-487-4396 ~ Fax: 770-487-3873

A portion of the proceeds from our Annual Breast Cancer 1-Day Walk goes toward LOCAL Breast Cancer Research at Georgia Regents University,
Cancer Center in Augusta, Georgia. 
The Georgia Regents University, Cancer Center in Augusta, GA, is part of the University system of Georgia.

The Cancer Center has 35 GHSU research staff and about 175 personnel as well as administrative offices, laboratories, and special equipment for researchers, which allows us to learn more at a molecular level, especially how to treat and prevent cancer.
1411 Laney Walker Blvd.

Augusta, GA 30912  


The Breast Cancer Survivors’ Network, Inc.,
(BCSN) is a Georgia non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer-led organization that provides FREE programs, services and medical supplies, as well as community education.