Like the title? I thought it was funny...
Anyway, on Saturday I bought a pen at Sainsbury's supermarket, and 25p of the cost went to Breast Cancer Awareness. Here's the pen:
And I've started recycling my paper by using it again, here's my recycling box (I also recycled the box):
I know it's not much but every little helps (lol, it's like Tesco). As Aesop (I don't know who it is but I know they said it) said "No act… Continue
Added by Rebecca Clare Harris on October 25, 2011 at 2:30pm —
Breast Cancer Awareness Month has come around again, and I think it's a great cause. It's also my birthday this month which is also why it's a special month for me. Here's some stuff you can buy for Breast Cancer Awareness month, I found them from this Cancer Research UK shop online: http://giftshop.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-research-uk-range/breast-cancer-awareness.html…
Added by Rebecca Clare Harris on October 9, 2011 at 1:14pm —
A friend of my family was diagnosed with brain cancer about half a year ago. He is not doing well and isn't expected to live much longer (a few more months, maybe a year). He is divorced and has 3 kids, one out of college, one a sophomore in college, and one an 8th grader. My bff and i decided we want to do a project to raise money for him. We want to make and sell bracelets (the kind you make with string) and give all the proceeds to him. but we have one problem. we know we can easily… Continue
Added by Mary on September 1, 2011 at 7:05pm —
Can I just say I have one more breast cancer friendship bracelet left. If your intrested mail me. I will be donating some money from the sail. All so good look for the compertition and I hope someone deserving wins xx
---xox--- hugs 'n' kisses ---xox---
Added by sarah wood on November 1, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Hi, second blog entry! I've just been reading a magazine called Shout and I found in it a page called Pretty in pink which is all about things you can buy that raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness. There is:
-Cadbury's flake in a pink wrapper. Cost 49p, 5p donation.
-Pink cancer research bag. Cost £5.99, all of it is donated.
-Black and pink umbrella from Peacocks. Cost £6, donation 90p.
-Halo eye make-up remover pads. Cost £1.99, donation 19p.
Added by Rebecca Clare Harris on October 16, 2010 at 9:54am —
Okay guys ,i care to people who got the cancer .So ,i want do some act for fight the cancer .And telling people about this website .We can fight the some problem ,you can not use a FUR then you can dont treat the animal and etc .Then that make a something different in this world
Added by Amanda on October 6, 2010 at 11:41pm —
OK, last night I could not fall a sleep. I was really tired, but NO. All I could think about was who to get my good on for the breast cancer awerness month. Even tough I got some ideas but I still don't know what to do. Any who wants to help? I'm going to ask my friends. It's September 27th now so I got some time, but I want to come up with something by Friday (since it's October 1st then). Help me, please!
Added by Erika on September 27, 2010 at 12:57pm —
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is right around the corner!
For me, this is a big thing because I know people who had/have Breast Cancer and I also lost my aunt from Breast Cancer. My grandma lost her battle from cancer back in April of this year. For Breast Cancer Awareness Month I want to do special things for the both of them, and raise more money for Breast Cancer. Even though my grandma didn't have Breast Cancer, I know that she would be very proud of me raising money and doing…
Added by Becky Batterbee on September 15, 2010 at 7:05pm —
I have a very special project that I am working on, and what I do is spread awareness of cancer and the effects of it, and what people can do to help. This is a very broad category and I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on how to help do this?? It can be ANYTHING!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
You have no idea how much I appreciate it.
Added by B on August 6, 2010 at 3:49pm —
hello everybody this is my first blog post.Im enjoying this site very much. :)
We have alot of issues in the world that we need to solve.
We need to help all we can with the MAJOR oil spill in the gulf.Its absoulutly horrible.
Think about how many animals are dieing or taking in the oil.…
Added by raven foland on June 22, 2010 at 6:22pm —
Our school just ended a fundraiser for Relay for Life. We participate in this support program every year, and I am proud to say that we did amazingly. Our goal was $5000, and we always complete a money-raising part in which every third period class donates whatever is in their pockets or any money they bring from home, plus the annual walk - our goal covered both of these parts.
We have yet to complete the walk, and already we have met our goal.
Some of our… Continue
Added by Briana Jo Johnson on May 10, 2010 at 8:19pm —
I found this group on facebook. They donate $1.00 for every new memeber! So join, and together we can find a cure for cancer!(=
Added by Molly on April 11, 2010 at 6:30pm —
A few weeks at my school, we had an event called St. Baldrick's and people can raise money for the children who have cancer, and also, if they have 10 or more inches of hair, they may donate it to locks of love. I donated 13 inches of hair, shaved the rest to honour the kids who have cancer, and raised about $100.
Added by Meagan on April 1, 2010 at 4:41pm —
Buy ballgowen water (pink bottle)
and support breast cancer research
Added by onestepatatime on March 9, 2010 at 4:26pm —
This morning at school I gave 10 euros to the AIRC, an association for cancer research . In exchange for my donation they gave me some delicious oranges from Sicily. Oranges, like other foods rich in vitamins and antioxidants are an important aid in the prevention of different diseases, not least the cancer. To find more information about AIRC you can connect to this address: http://www.arancedellasalute.it/
Remember..everyone can make a… Continue
Added by Yuri Beni on January 30, 2010 at 9:37am —
Happy New Year everyone!
2010 can be a great year to start off fresh and Get Ur Good On! One of my resolutions is to be a better person. I want to help out more by doing more community service and volunteer my time to others. This year, I hope to make a big change in my community. I'm going to conserve more, make sure everything gets recycled, carpool, etc. I want to make donations to as many causes as possible. I want to make a difference! There are so many things in store for 2010… Continue
Added by Becky Batterbee on January 6, 2010 at 7:18pm —
At my high school we have a club called Kids Against Cancer. We have meetings to set up programs including raffles, toy drives, etc. This year we are having pink day where the whole school is going to dress in pink in support of people who are fighting breast cancer, and their bravery and strength. We as a group of teenagers enjoy helping people, if we know them or not. Knowing, we as teens, no matter how young, in a large world can help the world become a better place, and we as individuals in… Continue
Added by MileyInspiredActorDreamer on January 3, 2010 at 2:44pm —
My aunt unfortunately lost her life from breast cancer a few years ago. She has two little daughters. It is probably very hard growing up without your mother, so they think of me as their "big sister". I feel so bad, and I'm always here for them. So, in my family, Breast Cancer is a very important thing. My family and I attend the Breast Cancer walks. We are always donating money to the Breast Cancer foundation. Even if you don't know anyone with this cancer, or any other cancer, doesn't mean… Continue
Added by Becky Batterbee on November 13, 2009 at 11:16pm —
A little over two years ago, in the beginning of 2007, I discovered the world of Miley Cyrus. Since then, Miley Cyrus has become such an inspiration to me. She is such a strong person. She knows what she wants in life. She is so good to everyone whose path she crosses. Miley recently performed at the Concert for Hope in Los Angeles. The Concert for Hope is a benefit concert that raises money for the City of Hope’s cancer research efforts. Patients at the City of Hope hospital can attend this… Continue
Added by Maddie Winters on November 3, 2009 at 1:57am —
Today at school we were talking about breast cancer and i was mentioning how my aunt and grandpa had it, and everybody was confused that i said that my grandpa just had surgery to get cancer removed. So I wanted everyone to know that even guys can get breast cancer and here is more info about it and how they can prevent it! http://www.nci.nih.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/malebreast/patient/allpages
Added by Molly S. on October 22, 2009 at 4:20pm —