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Faith, Hope & Love bracelet

Faith, Hope & Love bracelet

Breast cancer awareness and screenings save lives. When breast cancer is detected early, a woman’s chances of survival are much higher. That’s pretty important information. With that in mind, breast cancer education is an integral part of www.oneineight.com which sells mission- driven merchandise. Not content to only sell pretty things, the site is a proactive way to reach women with the message of early detection and to help raise additional funds for breast cancer research and community outreach programs.  

Are you ready to shop? You can find breast cancer awareness jewelry, clothing and gifts. The bracelets are available in the standard 7 ½-inch size, as well as a larger size for women with lymphedema. Shopping here is a win-win. Go for it!

2 Responses

  1. I thought this was a questionairre about our experience. I was in a pink T shirt and had a marvelous time. All my family and friends did also, butthey could not hear a word of the ceremony and speakers. I turned my cell off and saw many others do the same. Will this be addressed for next year? Thanks for all so many people do. I hope to receive a positive solution to this one problem. .

  2. Hi Shari,

    Thanks for being a part of the Race for the Cure this year! We truly apologize about the difficulty hearing the speakers. Fortunately, it usually isn’t that hard to hear, but this year, one of the main speakers onstage went completely out. We tried very hard to fix it, but to no avail.

    We certainly hope that this will not happen again, and next year, we will take what extra measures we can to make sure all our speakers are up and running as they should be.

    Thanks for your feedback and your support of Komen for the Cure!

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