Personal connections are at the core of everything we do—and our partnership with United Breast Cancer Foundation (UBCF) is no exception.
This post will put UBCF in the spotlight and highlight our recent work with the nonprofit.
UBCF Background and History
Since 2000, UBCF has empowered people affected by breast cancer. From screening to scholarships and grant programs, the organization brings relief from the stress patients and families experience.
The national 501(c)(3) nonprofit began as a small grassroots organization serving underinsured patients in New York State. Today UBCF supports women, men, and families nationwide with eight life-supporting programs.
UBCF Executive Director Stephanie Mastroianni knows firsthand how devastating breast cancer can be. Her mother Audrey passed away from the disease at just 42 years old.
“UBCF is committed to honoring Audrey’s memory through our dedication to our mission, programs, and superior client care,” Mastroianni says.
Breast cancer affects both women and men—and the money UBCF raises goes directly to these patients. The charity continues to serve community members from all backgrounds, regardless of age, gender, or income.
What This Partnership Means to Us
It’s no secret that UBCF’s mission deeply resonates with H!ERO. The nonprofit offers relief, comfort, and care for men and women affected by breast cancer.
We love that UBCF goes beyond support and education and truly advocates for the men and women in chemotherapy. The nonprofit celebrates the humanity in all those it serves, instilling hope in thousands of patients across the country.
We are thrilled to partner with UBCF and provide community outreach support. In the last 18 months, we’ve hosted multiple events in 10 cities nationwide—helping the organization raise $19 million during this time. Here in Southern California, we are excited to help UBCF grow and reach our goal of raising $100 million.
Talk about making an impact. These funds are making a real difference for patients and their loved ones.
Join the Cause
Breast cancer will affect 1 in 8 women and 1 in 833 men over the course of their lives. What if you could join the cause, help patients, and connect with a beloved nonprofit?