The Woodlands, Texas (November 21, 2017):
For the 6th consecutive year, The Breast Cancer Charities of America partnered with select North Houston Chick-fil-A locations in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year the involved locations participated in ‘Brownies Against Breast Cancer’ and raised a record breaking $17,000 amongst all locations.
“iGoPink/The Breast Cancer Charities of America has had a wonderful relationship over the years with the partners of Chick-fil-A and we couldn’t have been more amazed at what they were able to accomplish this year,” stated Erica A. Johnson, Founder & Executive Director, iGoPink | The Breast Cancer Charities of America. “We are thrilled to be looking at growing this campaign across the greater Houston area in 2018 to continue making the impact in our community. It’s partners like Chick-fil-A that allows us to help women going through breast cancer.”
The Breast Cancer Charities of America is a nonprofit organization headquartered in The Woodlands, TX serving women across the country who are battling or have battled breast cancer. BCCA is the leader in integrated cancer care, and focuses on education, financial assistance, and making women feel like themselves throughout a breast cancer diagnosis.
The funds raised by Chick-fil-A will be put towards The Breast Cancer Charities of America’s program services, such as Financial Assistance Programs, Educational Outreach/Workshops, and their Feeling Beautiful Again Gift Bag Program.
The Breast Cancer Charities of America is accepting donations to fund future programs and help more women battling breast cancer. For more information on The Breast Cancer Charities or how you can support its community efforts, please visit www.iGoPink.org
The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) is a non-profit organization with new global headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas. BCCA is dedicated to educating and empowering women to prevent and survive breast cancer. Through their numerous program services and resources, BCCA is able to partner with over 450 hospitals nationwide to serve women.