Author Mary Ladd is donating 10% of October proceeds from sales of her debut irreverent cancer book, The Wig Diaries, to Breast Cancer Action. The book is illustrated by San Francisco Chronicle “Bad Reporter” illustrator Don Asmussen. Get your copy here!
Mary is a Writers Grotto member who collaborated with Anthony Bourdain on his Bay Area episodes of No Reservations. Her writing has appeared in Playboy, Time Magazine, Health, and Lit Starts: Writing Humor, as well as the best-selling 642 Things series.
Pure Haven believes in complete transparency, and their products are 100% free of toxins, guaranteed. From skincare and baby, to body, pet, home and more, see for yourself how amazing and effective “pure” can be. Because Breast Cancer Awareness month should include prevention as well as awareness, for the month of October, Pure Haven consultant Lori Gibson will donate 25% of your purchase to Breast Cancer Action. Donate on Lori’s Pure Haven site and use party number 291317.
Barbara Brenner was a hell-raiser of the first order. As Breast Cancer Action’s Executive Director for 15 years, she was a powerful advocate for women living with and at risk of breast cancer. Her wit, clarity, brilliance, and courage put BCAction on the map as a radical health activist organization.
Before Barbara’s diagnosis and untimely death from ALS in 2013, her retirement plan was to write a book about her experiences as a health activist and gadfly of the breast cancer industry. So Much to Be Done: The Writings of Breast Cancer Activist Barbara Brenner is a powerful collection of Barbara’s writings edited by Barbara Sjoholm. All of the net proceeds from the sale of Barbara’s book go to Breast Cancer Action.
I Love Female Orgasm is an incredibly popular book on female orgasm and receives rave reviews. It’s written for women and men, and crammed with friendly, fun information and advice about female orgasm. Order directly from the authors, Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller, and they’ll send you an autographed copy. The authors also generously donate 10% of the book’s royalties to BCAction.
Community Thrift, a San Francisco secondhand store, sells used clothing, housewares, books, toys, art, and much more. BCAction receives a percentage of the proceeds from sold merchandise that is designated by the donor to benefit BCAction.
For the month of October The Grace Foundation will share 20% of the proceeds from their partnership with Tracy Savage Jewelry with Breast Cancer Action. This collection of items features peach stones (the original ribbon color) in beautifully designed pieces. The Grace Foundation helps to pay for people’s cancer treatments who are looking to go outside of their health insurance and seek holistic and integrative care. Shop here to help support The Grace Foundation and BCAction.
For information about business partnerships with Breast Cancer Action, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-243-9301.