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Help Us Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month. It seems that every company and group is looking for ways to support breast cancer awareness. There will be walks through out the month, fundraisers, and even TV shows about breast cancer. You may be wondering what you can do in your little corner of the world to support this important cause.

A great idea to build an entire month of awareness at work. You can support breast cancer awareness month at work by taking these simple steps. Make sure to get the approval of your supervisor before you d o any events at your work. You will want to make sure that none of your activities for breast cancer awareness month go against any of the company policies before you proceed.

Step 1 – Have your coworkers donate $5 dollars to support breast cancer awareness month to be able to wear jean or perhaps a pink Tshirt on Fridays. If your work already has a casual Friday dress code, you may want to go for the pink Tshirt route or even pink baseball hat for breast cancer awareness.

Step 2 – Set up a special morning bake sale to raise even more money for breast cancer awareness. You can have all your coworkers bring in their specialties when it comes to baked goods. You can take the money that you raise from your activities and donate to your local chapter of breast cancer awareness organization.

Step 3 – Give out pink ribbons to all of your coworkers that they can wear through out all of breast cancer awareness month. This will help your coworkers to spread the information that you are sharing with them about this important month.

Step 4 – Post breast cancer awareness posters in the break area of work. This will give coworkers vital facts about breast cancer and what they can do to help the fight.

Step 5– Check out our select product list where MySupplies has partnered with some of our manufacturers where we will donate a portion of the proceeds to City of Hope. This non-profit organization uses this money to support research, treatment and education.



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