October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s time for DietsInReview.com’s third annual Blogs Against Breast Cancer donation drive. During the month of October, when you publish this “My Blog Cares” badge on your blog or website, we’ll make a $5 donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Our fundraising goal is $500*, and this year, VML, a digital marketing agency, has generously agreed to match that amount. For each $5 donation you help us contribute to NBCF, VML will donate $5. So you can help us raise $10 for breast cancer simply by placing this badge on your blog. It’s a win-win-win-win… you get the idea!
To participate follow these three simple steps:
1A. Copy this code for the 125×125 badge
1B. Copy this code for the 300×123 badge
2. Place the HTML on your blog or website
3. Contact us here with a link to where your My Blog Cares badge is placed
This is a simple way to show your readers that you care about this pressing women’s health issue, one that stands to affect one in eight women in the U.S.
Give Hope with Every Cup
Don’t have a blog but still want to show your support? “Like” Dannon’s Give Hope with Every Cup campaign and they’ll make a 10-cent donation on your behalf to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Plus, you’ll receive a coupon for $1 off a Light & Fit product. Click this banner to participate:
Breast Cancer Prevention
You can take steps today to prevent breast cancer by incorporating positive nutrition and fitness practices in your life:
- Breast Cancer Survivors Benefit from Weight Lifting
- Yoga Eases Pain of Breast Cancer
- 5 Things You Must Know About Breast Cancer Prevention, but Probably Don’t
- Alcohol Increases Risk of Breast Cancer in Women
- 7 Healthy Strategies for Fighting Breast Cancer
*DietsInReview.com will make a donation of $5 for each website or blog that publishes the “My Blog Cares” badge between October 1, 2010 and October 31, 2010, up to $500. VML will match the total donation raised, up to $500. Site owners must email us to notify of badge placement. This donation will be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.