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We Need Your Help! Breast Cancer is More than a Pink Ribbon 
To commemorate VBCF's 25th Anniversary this year, we are creating a More than a Pink Ribbon “virtual quilt” − appropriate for the 21st century, yet honoring our roots. 

This “More than a Pink Ribbon” quilt will be a unique piece of art that highlights the names and faces in the fight against breast cancer.  For a small donation, supporters can upload a photo or submit text to be included on a special quilt square. 

Quilt squares can:

  • Honor a loved one diagnosed with breast cancer;
  • Memorialize a loved one who lost their fight with breast cancer;
  • Commemorate a personal survivorship journey; and/or
  • Express your general support for the fight against breast cancer.

Each quilt square will also link to a space where personal stories can be added and where family and friends can leave comments. 

Join us for Breast Cancer Advocacy Day

Make Your Voice Heard in the Fight Against Breast Cancer! Register now for State Breast Cancer Advocacy Day on Thursday, February 4, 2016 hosted by VBCF. VBCF provides free transportation to the General Assembly.

New this year: Orientation & training conference calls, legislator reception, and special recognition from the House and Senate floors for VBCF's 25th Anniversary.

For more information and to register, go to www.vbcf.org/advocate/virginia-state-lobby-day.

Register Today! Newport News Conference

Date: Saturday, February 27, 2016                                                        Time: Registration: 8:30 am | Program: 9:00 am - Noon
Location: Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital – Education Center
2 Bernardine Drive, Newport News, VA 23602
Cost: $10 (Food & Refreshments included)

The Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation invites you to a half-day conference where you can learn about how you can be your own best health advocate. A panel of experts will speak on important and timely topics concerning breast health, including the latest research trends and what resources are available in your area.  Download a Flyer.

Thank You!
Southampton High School located in Courtland Virginia, hosts an annual "Dig Pink" volleyball game during the month of October to raise awareness for breast cancer.  The Girls Volleyball JV & Varsity teams decided to raise money, in addition to raising awareness. The team collected a total of $2,323.50 to be donated to VBCF. 
VBCF was thrilled to receive a generous end of year gift from Mechanicsville Toyota.  The dealership donated a percentage of their service and car sales and added additional contributions on top of that. Thank you!  
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