Brides Against Breast Cancer

While advocating a cause by donating our time, money or voice surely makes a difference, it’s going a step further that sparks a movement. The support of designers, manufacturers and bridal retailers around the world, as well as individual donations, has been the driving force behind a non-profit organization that is thoughtfully impacting men and women battling cancer.

{Brides Against Breast Cancer} hosts more than 150 bridal shows each year in an effort to provide all brides with the opportunity to find their dream wedding dress at an unbeatable discount while providing education, information and outreach to all those affected by cancer. A wholly owned affiliate of the Health Support Network, Brides Against Breast Cancer raises approximately two million dollars for cancer support programs annually with their {Nationwide Tour of Gowns}.

Offering the opportunity for others to pour into the community of cancer patients and their caregivers and family members, past brides can donate their gown to Brides Against Breast Cancer, and brides-to-be can give back by purchasing a gown through the organization (gown prices range from $99 to $799 with designers gowns valued up to $3,900).

Brides Against Breast Cancer welcomes volunteers and sponsors at their shows and events, and there are numerous {ways to join the movement} in standing up for those battling cancer.

  • Become an advocate: Support Brides Against Breast Cancer by using your voice and the power of social media to share your stories, inspiration and ideas.
  • Donate: Through donations from both individuals and companies, Brides Against Breast Cancer is able to make a difference in helping those affected by cancer. Text the word BRIDES at any time to 85944 to donate $10 to the organization.
  • Host a fundraising event: Hosting a fundraising event on behalf of Brides Against Breast Cancer is a fun way to support the cause while putting your business at the center of it.

“I am proud to say I am a Breast Cancer Survivor. Yes, at the age of 33, from a first generation Asian-American born, with no family history of Breast Cancer was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The importance of this reality is that regardless of the unexpected life events, we must all preservere and carry on what our purpose in life is. That is the reason why I am a Volunteer for this wonderful event Brides against Breast Cancer.” -Nu Nguyen

Brides Against Breast Cancer is hosting a {local} charity wedding gown sale and bridal show Saturday and Sunday, June 28-29, at Hilton Atlanta/Marietta. See this {Marietta GA Show Flyer} for more information, or click {here} to find an event near you.

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