Words Matter – Individual and Business Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

Breast Cancer Action’s Words Matter event is being held on June 27, 2013 at Simmons College. Hear acclaimed authors Byllye Avery and Cynthia Enloe read excerpts from their work at this premier Boston event. Please join Breast Cancer Action in sponsoring this event. Your support will help fund BCAction’s work to address and end the breast cancer epidemic.

Sponsorship Level I: $5,000 and Up

  • Twenty tickets to the event
  • Public recognition of your support from the stage during the event
  • Company logo or personal name on printed and electronic invitations
  • Company logo or personal name on our website
  • Company or personal name in Breast Cancer Action’s Annual Report
  • Company name, logo and accompanying note of appreciation in BCAction’s online quarterly publication, The Source
  • Option to provide and display company’s promotional items at the event

Sponsorship Level II: $2,500

  • Ten tickets to the event
  • Public recognition of your support during the event
  • Company logo or personal name on printed and electronic invitations
  • Company logo or personal name on our website
  • Company or personal name in Breast Cancer Action’s Annual Report
  • Company name, logo and accompanying note of appreciation in BCAction’s online quarterly publication, The Source
  • Option to provide and display company’s promotional items at the event

Sponsorship Level III: $1,000

  • Five tickets to the event
  • Public recognition during the event
  • Company logo or personal name on printed and electronic invitations
  • Company logo or personal name on BCAction’s website
  • Company or personal name in Breast Cancer Action’s Annual Report
  • Option to provide and display company’s promotional items at the event

Sponsorship Level IV: $500

  • Three tickets to the event
  • Public recognition during the event
  • Company logo or personal name on printed and electronic invitations
  • Company logo or personal name on BCAction’s website
  • Company or personal name in Breast Cancer Action’s Annual Report

Sponsorship Level V: $250

  • Two tickets to the event
  • Public recognition during the event
  • Company logo or personal name on BCAction’s website
  • Company or personal name in Breast Cancer Action’s Annual Report

You may submit your donation to:
Breast Cancer Action, 657 Mission Street, Suite 302, San Francisco, CA 94105

Or you can donate online.

Contact: Sarah Harding: 415.243.9301, ext.17 or sharding@bcaction.org

Breast Cancer Action is a 501(c)(3) – All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. BCAction’s federal tax ID # is 94-3138992.

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Breast Cancer Action is a national education and advocacy organization founded in San Francisco, with over 43,000 members across the country. Our mission is to carry the voices of women affected by breast cancer to inspire and compel the changes necessary to end the epidemic.

BCAction works fearlessly to improve breast cancer treatment options, eliminate the social inequities that lead to disparities in breast cancer mortality and incidence, and demands public policy that helps stop breast cancer before it starts. Through our programs and award-winning campaigns, we advocate for systemic changes that will change the course of this epidemic so future generations do not have to face the terrible disease that too many of us have had to experience.

Our priorities include:

  • Putting Patients First: Advocating for more effective and less toxic breast cancer treatments by shifting the balance of power in the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) drug and device approval process away from the pharmaceutical industry and back to the public interest.
  • Creating Healthy Environments: Decreasing involuntary exposures to toxins in the environment that place people at risk for developing breast cancer in the first place.
  • Eliminating Social Inequities: Creating awareness that it’s not just genes but social inequities – political, racial and economic injustices – that lead to disparities in breast cancer incidence and outcomes.
  • Carrying the Voices: Providing unbiased information about breast cancer to anyone who needs it.