No one should die of breast cancer.
To save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.
No one should die of breast cancer. Because you give, many families facing breast cancer are creating more memories — trips, birthdays, and everyday moments that each of us treasure. But not all families have an opportunity to continue creating memories. More than four people in Nebraska and two people in South Dakota die of breast cancer every week. That’s unacceptable.
Our local impact is driven from our commitment to our mission. We focus on education, outreach, screenings and treatment support that address the unmet breast health needs in our community.
- We understand where the greatest gaps are in breast health care due to an extensive assessment of national and local data. We conduct our Community Profile every five years to guide our short and long-term plans.
- We focus on supporting those with the fewest resources — uninsured, underinsured and low-income men and women.
- We invest in our local communities by educating people about breast health, offering free and low-cost screenings and providing treatment support.
We extend our gratitude to our dedicated corporate partners, generous donors, and the thousands of people who advocate, volunteer and donate each year. It is with their support that our work is possible.
Our most recent annual report demonstrates the impact of our collective efforts during the past year.