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Ready Group KW's Charity of the Month: Stomp Out Breast Cancer Foundation

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Ready Group's Charity of the Month - Stomp Out Breast Cancer

Sean Ready

With over 2000 homes sold and 500+ five star online reviews, Sean and his team are on a mission to create raving fans out of each client by delivering...

With over 2000 homes sold and 500+ five star online reviews, Sean and his team are on a mission to create raving fans out of each client by delivering...

Oct 26 2 minutes read

Each month, we spotlight a local charity that we feel is doing great things in the Denver Metro community.  Our goal this year is to help 40 families move and make 40 donations to local charities on our clients' behalf.  

October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, it's only fitting that we shine a light on the work of the Stomp Out Breast Cancer Foundation.  For every new client who hires us in October, we will make a donation on their behalf to this great organization upon closing!

In 2012, Stomp Out Breast Cancer's founder hosted the first Stomp Out Breast Cancer Shoe Show to raise funds for women in active breast cancer treatment. Funds raised were given awarded to women in active breast cancer treatment. In 2017, the Stomp Out Breast Cancer Foundation was formally established as a 501(c)3 organization. Operating with a full volunteer staff, the Foundation continues to raise funds, provide one-on-one support for women in active breast cancer treatment, and works with women to encourage annual mammograms.

Their Mission: The Stomp Out Breast Cancer Foundation is ~ empowered with knowledge, strengthened through action, sustained by community ~ dedicated to working with African American women to promote breast health and support women living through the trans-formative diagnosis of breast cancer.

Their Purpose: Provide education, screening, financial assistance and support to persons impacted at little to no cost, to change the prognosis for this community.

Their Goal: Reduce the breast cancer prognosis/diagnosis of African American women in Colorado by at least 25%.

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