KORA Organics is proud to Support Breast Cancer Awareness all October.
100% of your donation goes directly to your selected organization(s). KORA covers all fees.
In the Daily Karma widget located in your Cart before checkout, simply select the Breast Cancer Charity or Charities you wish you support, and then select your Donation amount.
DID YOU KNOW:
- 40% of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who feel a lump Download the NEW Keep A Breast App to learn how to self-check and schedule an automatic monthly reminder.*
- Breast cancer under 40 is a reality.*
- Approximately 90% of breast cancer cases occur in women with NO family history! That means they’re caused by environmental and lifestyle factors like lack of exercise, the food you eat, products you use, etc.*
- When you EDUCATE yourself, you EMPOWER yourself!
Australian Breast Cancer Research
Australian Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) is a charity of The Hospital Research Foundation Group, dedicated to supporting medical research focused on the prevention, detection, management and treatment of breast cancer.
Ultimately, we want to reduce the impact that breast cancer has on Australian families. For every $1 donated, we provided over $5 in grants to lifesaving breast cancer research.
You can feel proud knowing your caring donation will make an even bigger impact to the health and wellbeing of your community
National Breast Cancer Foundation
Since 1994, NBCF has awarded over $181 million to 556 breast cancer research projects across the country. The five-year survival rates for breast cancer has increased from 76% to 91%. We've seen remarkable results, but the job's not done.
More than ever, NBCF is focussing keenly on how we can do more with less in order to achieve great outcomes that will impact the longevity and quality of life for patients with breast cancer.
For us, this means identifying new and effective models of funding and ensuring that we don't stand alone but work collaboratively and creatively to achieve our mission of Zero Deaths by breast cancer by 2030.
*Source: Keep A Breast