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Helping Those Who Help Us


Dedicated to fighting breast cancer by finding a cure through research, the non-profit Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation couldn’t do the work it does without community support. We are fortunate enough to have businesses and groups, including even middle-schoolers, raise funds for TBBCF through their own events and fundraising promotions.

Speaking of middle-schoolers, educator Jay Gionet started something big back in 2007 when he took a math word problem and instead of just numbers and symbols on a whiteboard, he inspired middle school kids to reach beyond. They held walk-a-thons and raised thousands and thousands of dollars for TBBCF. Fast-forward to spring 2023 when Clark Lane Middle School students walked and raised $25,000 for TBBCF. Read the inspiring story here.

Jay Gionet will tell you that a fundraising event takes planning.

We are here to help! TBBCF can provide marketing materials and TBBCF bracelets.

And we can help with social media! Filling out our Google form is the first step.

Although even that may feel a bit daunting, we have a step-by-step tutorial to guide for you though. We promise, it’s easy!

Take a look at highlights from fundraisers, events, and promotions the community held to benefit TBBCF in 2022 in the article, It takes a village. Numerous groups, businesses, walkers and students, raised $88,000 for TBBCF all of which is directed to breast cancer research.

Click here to read more about the 2022 top event and promotion fundraisers.

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