Breast Form Fund Featured in Local Paper and on MassLive.com
Artistic depictions of ladies’ undergarments will be center stage at the upcoming “Show Us Your BRA!” gala and auction on Oct. 30 at Look Park in Northampton.
The event, started by Judith Fine, the owner of the Northampton intimate apparel store, Gazebo, benefits the Breast Form Fund, an organization started in 1994 to offer financial assistance to underserved women coping with breast cancer.
“We don’t get any grants – this is the only means of funding the Breast Form Fund,” Fine said of the upcoming event. “There are so many organizations that raise funds for cancer research to find a cure for breast cancer. We are about helping the woman living with cancer and giving her the dignity she deserves, if she wants to wear a breast form.”
ABOUT THE BREAST FORM FUND
The Breast Form Fund (BFF) was founded in 1994 to offer financial assistance to uninsured and under-insured women to purchase breast prostheses and post-mastectomy bras after breast cancer surgery. These products help women regain their sense of beauty and self-assurance after surgery and for years to come. The Breast Form Fund offers assistance to women of all ages and cultural backgrounds who live in Massachusetts. In addition to providing funds for women, The Breast Form Fund's intention is to increase awareness of breast health. The Breast Form Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. You can follow us at @breastformfund and fan us at http://www.facebook.com/TheBreastFormFund.