Would you like to have an easy way to support the work of Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research on a regular basis? Then we encourage you to be part of our Give With Love™ Monthly Supporter Program

Every October, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, taking action against breast cancer is top of mind for supporters. But the need for support is not month-specific – the Foundation works tirelessly year-round to push the envelope with innovative research, empowering education, and vital advocacy. What allows us to do this is the continued support of dedicated people who provide a steady source of funding all year long.

One committed supporter is Jennifer Kraye, a stage III breast cancer survivor who understands what makes us different. “I know all foundations that support breast cancer research and patient services are wonderful, but there’s a reason why I donate to Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research every month instead of giving to other groups,” says Jennifer. “Although many organizations do great things to support women’s health, Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research focuses on research aimed at better understanding breast cancer so we can actually PREVENT it from happening.”

Will you join committed supporters like Jennifer and make a monthly gift? Together, Give With Love Monthly Supporters have a huge impact. When you join us as a member, you’ll receive personal updates from Dr. Love so that you can stay current with the Foundation.

Says Jennifer, “As a stage III survivor, I believe that using donations to help women who have already contracted breast cancer is indeed a noble cause, but I would much rather live in a world where I had never contracted it in the first place! The treatment and care of breast cancer patients is important, but ending this disease once and for all is the real solution.”

Click here to learn more and join Jennifer and help create a world where no woman faces the diagnosis of breast cancer.

Love Research Army

We combat the disparities that exist in research by challenging the scientific community to launch studies that are as inclusive and diverse as the people that breast cancer affects.

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