Every summer the Keep A Breast Traveling Education Booth heads out on the Vans Warped Tour to encourage young people from across the country to participate and learn about breast cancer, breast cancer prevention, and the importance of early detection.
Did you know 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? Out of all cases of breast cancer, 1 in 233 occur in women age 39 and younger. For young people age 39 and under, breast cancer screening, education, and prevention methods are not discussed, commonly recommended, and still not spoken about by most breast cancer non-profits.
Warped Tour is only one of the many events we participate in with the goal of educating and speaking to YOU. In 2012, Keep A Breast reached nearly one million people by informing them about methods of prevention, early detection, and health risks.
But we still need YOUR help to keep us on the road next year!
For every $2 spent on KAB's Traveling Education Booth program, we have the opportunity to educate 10 more people. This year, our goal is to raise $100,000 to allow us to reach an additional half a million more young people.
At this year's Warped Tour we asked some of your favorite bands -- "What can you do with $2?" but more importantly "What impact can your $2 have?"
Pledge to give $2 TODAY, share our campaign or start your own fudnriasing page to educate people about breast cancer prevention!
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW!