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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Cancer, General Hospitals, Health, Philanthropy

Mission: Promote cancer awareness, education and prevention, and to aid in the fight to find cure.

Programs: Funded other sec. 501 (c)(3) charitable organizations engaged in the dissemination of up-to-date information to breast cancer sufferers, in the promotion of breast cancer research to find a cure.

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90 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Rebekah H.1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

To the thousands of women who have lost their breasts - and lives - to breast cancer, this organization needs to rethink their strategy. Or maybe just stop trying to profit off the suffering of others. The founder of STTT has been blocking survivors from their Fb page in an effort to silence us. STTT is behind a recent campaign with Icing jewelry stores that has since made national headlines in NY Post and Fox for the backlash it has caused within the breast cancer community. I've spoken with the SVP of Marketing at Claire's (parent brand of Icing) and she had no idea what percentage of money raised is going towards actual research. Given the fact that Claire's is a publicly traded company and they don't know this information, i find this very alarming. Why isn't STTT coming forward with this number? Why are they trying to silence survivors speaking out against their tacky marketing campaigns? Not to mention, we need to be saving WOMEN. We are more than our breasts. Brands and organizations parading around as non-profits need to be held accountable as to what percentage of funds are going toward actual research. Pink ribbons don't save lives. THINK BEFORE YOU PINK! Pink is a color, not a cure and organizations like Save the Ta Tas are out for profit, nothing more. Sexualizing breast cancer is reprehensible and tone deaf to the women dealing with this disease. You can download the tax filings for STTT on this website and ask the companies who sell their products the same thing.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

the Save the ta-tas Foundation has been raising money for Reasearchers to find a cure for Breast Cancer for years. They are currently funding 5 researchers. They are preparing to roll out a grass roots Medical Grant for individuals that need assistance for mammograms, chemo treatment or other medical needs that arise for those with Breast Cancer. Their Save the ta-tas FaceBook page is a community of over 360,000 men and women that offer daily support to each other. They are a great fan-mily and I am blessed to be a part of them!
Kathy Shapiro

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

These guys take your money and then blow it on parties and stuff and they are a bunch of assholes too when you talk to them about it

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I have the best job in the world...I own a wig and post mastectomy boutique so I deal with such wonderful people. The Save the TaTa T-shirts are a wonderful and uplifting garments enjoyed not only by the
patient but the family as well. My average breast cancer patient is 35 years old so they totally enjoy the t-shirts & hats and love supporting the foundation. Thank you continue the good work, and LOVE the new
t-shirts!
P. Queeney
Weymouth, MA

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

My mother struggled through breast cancer and I've seen her overcome the sickness of getting better. Thank God.

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2 Lena L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I watched my sisters fight breast cancer and countless other women. I couldn't do much except pray, cry and laugh with them and let God do the rest. Save the Ta-Tas Foundation was a joy to run across and to this day I make sure that I mention it to those I know. We all can do little things that make a big difference. Save the Ta-Tas helps us help others and smile while we are doing it because after all...surviving breast cancer requires lots of smiles through our tears.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am a Nurse and have dealt with the Save the Tatas foundation for many years, they have graciously donated items to be raffled off in my local Eagles Club "Breast Fest" with all proceeds donated to our local hospital Fisher Titus Medical Center for their grant program that allows women who have no insurance to obtain a mammogram free of charge, early detection is key for this cancer and we are grateful for their donation!! Also my friends and I love the whimsical side of the shirts and products they sell!! Love working with this company!!!!

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Shanna C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

Save the Ta-Tas Foundation has been instrumental in helping my age-group (mid-30's) have fun and involve our husbands and spouses in breast cancer prevention and awareness. What a fun line of products that gets the message across while having fun with it!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We have a party every October to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month and we were advertising that "Save the ta-ta's" would be a part of our party. A woman called me to tell me how offended she was by the slogan "Save the ta-ta's." She thought we were being lewd and was disgraced by the reference. I explained to her that there was a real organization our there who took an uplifting approach to breast cancer awareness. She had never heard of the company "Save the ta-ta's." After we talked for a bit, she understood and came to the party and wind up having a fantastic time. She is definitely a new fan and I will always be one too. Thank you Save the ta-ta's!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I was given one of your pink shirts that read "laughter heals". How true is this? I have had many people in my life as well as 'scares' for myself that have been affected by breast cancer. There are only a few things that comfort you in times like this: God, family/friends and the laughter that you need to find in your situations. Save the Tatas is helping people find this laughter as well as drawing attention to an issue that more people need to be mindful of.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I think save the ta-tas is the best. Even though I don't have my ta-tas any more I wear my ta-ta t-shirts proudly and when people ask me what my t-shirts it give me a chance to educate them about breast cancer. thans and keep up the good work

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Brynn S.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have several Save the Ta-Tas t-shirts and tank tops and I LOVE the reaction I get when I wear them out in public! Using humor about a serious subject (while still giving it the respect it deserves) is a great way to approach something that devastates too many lives. Kudos to Save the Ta-Tas Foundation for raising awareness while making us smile!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I placed an order just before Christmas and had it in time for Christmas. My mother is a two time survivor of breast cancer and my brothers and I wear the bracelets everyday to show our support.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I made my first Save the Ta-Tas purchase in December and I never received package on the date that it was listed to arrive. Finally, it did arrive. Here the post office ruined my package. They let another package leak all over the 2 shirts I ordered, none the less it was almond oil which I am allergic to. I opened a ziplock bag to find my shirts covered in an unknown substance (at the time) and a note that said the substance that leaked was not environmentally hazardous. Well the USPS refused to do anything and were rude. I e-mailed the ladies at Save the Ta-Tas to let them know that I did not want compensated but to maybhe be aware that if this happens to other customers they may be less forgiving and maybe they would want to consider a diffierent route for packages and they were wonderful. They replaced my two shirts and I ordered more because of their help. The four womens shirts I own are extremely comfortable and they are MADE IN AMERICA! What is better than supporting our Breast Cancer Community and also our American Workers!!! I now am always on the site shopping and I got my husband a Save a Life Grope Your Wife shirt. Def. men need to be aware of what is going on and they can get breast cancer and they can also remind their spouse, partner, gf to do exams. I am 26 and did my breast exams irregularly, now I see my shirts in the closet and in the laundry and it is a great reminder. The customer support with this company is awesome! The message is wonderful and not hidden. It is quite clear "Save the Ta-Tas." I see some people ask where they would wear some of the shirts. I wear mine anywhere, well I do not wear Badass Ta-Tas's to church but what is wrong with the grocery store or dress down day at the office. Why be embarassed? Everyone has breasts, everyone has the risk of cancer, and people use many profanities all day long and all evening on TV which millions of Americans find to be normal So my friends, do not be ashamed to show your support of Save the Ta-Ta's. If that is the worst you are going to say in a day, then my friend you are a Saint!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Save the TaTas is the best way to keep breast cancer awareness out there. My mother is a survivor and I already have my "Badass Tatas" shirt to which I wear with pride! By adding a slight amount of humor to a serious issue you keep the public aware and wanting a shirt for themselves to wear. Many people ask me where I get my shirt and I let them know.....save the tatas website! Keep up the good work, you are doing GREAT things for many women you don't even know!

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Save the TaTas helps get the message out there in a fun way!

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

I can't wait to sport my new Bad Ass Ta-Tas (shirt)!!

I have a FabulousTa-Tas tank and it gets double takes:)

I always share stories about breast cancer awareness being involved with and having friends who cannot speak for themselves now.

If you can't help this cause you could help any other breast cancer awareness group that is nearest you. Anyone who has experienced a loss knows this is truly worthwhile!!

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Lauren E.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Wow what can I possibly not say good about Save the Ta-Tas Foundation! So many awesome things on the site I could surely rack up a credit card really quick. I bought my first Ta-Tas shirt about 2 years ago and get so many laughs and comments on it everytime I wear it. My t-shirt says "I love my big Ta-Tas", and boy oh boy mainly guys read it! I just recently bought a car magnet with the same saying and I get honks and waves everytime I get in that car and drive! I have to say I am very excited for April to get here because my boyfriend and I will be going to the Stagecoach Country Festival and yes I will be sporting my NEW shirt there "Cowgirl Ta-Tas". I can not wait and most definatly am looking forward to the comments I will get there! Save the Ta-Tas!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My husband and I both have several shirts from Save the Tatas, and they always get attention wherever we go. People always ask about them, which always leads to a conversation about breast cancer awareness. They are a fantastic way to raise awareness, aside from being cute. Save the Tatas website is easy to use, their customer service is fantastic and their items ship quickly. I will definitely continue to shop there!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

i am digging the new shirts... my daughter and i get one every year for st pats. I have several others too. we sport them around town and she does fundraiser when time permitts for foundation. We had a blast in Atlanta with a group of ladies walking and we walk now in honor of my great Aunt Jackie Orr. She is amazing and keeps right up to speed. She was in remission for several years and that nasty little cancer is back at stage 5. Save the TaTa's and all the other parts too. We will be sporting our shirts in the up coming hometown parades.

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

I got involved with The Susan Komen Breast Cancer walk a thons several years ago. At the 1st one, I saw a group of walkers sporting "Save the Ta Tas" t shirts and had to laugh. It made an otherwise somber experiance a bit easier.
I spoke to a couple of the walkers afterwards, and got the website address.

Since then I have ordered several shirts for myself and to give as gifts.

I think this is one of the grooviest ways to draw attention to this horrible disease.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I LOVE that they make shirts that get attention and spread awareness while being fun!!!! I have gotten my girl friends addicted to the shirts, I love to give them as gifts!

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Danielle R.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I love save the Tatas. I have quite a few shirts, magnets on my car, and i got friends into save the tatas brand. I think its great what they are doing by spreading awareness with catchy phrases and donating 25 % of their proceeds. I will be sporting my Tatas shirt at relay for life this year!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

so cute!!!! i love buying stuff from here because it is cute and its a great foundation to help cure breast cancer... dedicated to my momma who passes away in march 2010

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I love these shirts not only are they catchey and get people's attention, but they are very comfortable. What a way to help spread the word about what affects soo many people.

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Ashley I.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I love this website! Cool Clothing to help raise awareness!! LOVE SAVE THE TATAS!!!!!

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

I try to help out where ever I can. I give blook, am an organ donor, always telling family and friends "all you have to do is call and I'll be there" (I really mean it, I am there) I think I get just as much out of it as they do. I wore my little pink tank top and hat at a walkathon on a track at out local high school and got compliments the whole time. "I love my ta ta's... my little ta ta's

Rachel

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

i have purchased merchandise that is of excellent quality and passed it around to my male and female friends. it is amazing the awareness that it creates. i love the questions "what are ta-tas?" i answer them proudly

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I work at a health department and see women who are just diagnosed with breast cancer. This is such a trying, not to mention financially and emotionally trying time in one's life and all the money raised through save-the-tatas is a godsend!!! Everyone keep buying and supporting research in order to wipe out breast cancer!!! Go survivors!!!

Donor

Rating: 5

I love Save the Ta Tas. I have dealt with them as a customer side of things and I love their merchandise and they are wonderful to deal with friendly and curteous. I will be displaying their goods when I do my 3day in October this year! I

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Client Served

Rating: 5

As a Project Coordinator for a community medical publication in the Buffalo NY market, I found working with the Save the TaTas Foundation a wonderful experience! As they say, "laughter heals" and our readers can attest to that. We put together a spectacular Save the TaTas Search A Word Puzzle for our readers to work on, some as they sit in doctor's waiting rooms, treatments and such. We were bombarded with replies, many with personalized notes to say" Thank you " they were never exposed to this organization (no pun intended) others who loved what the foundation stood for, etc.. One of our largest contest returns ever!!
I'm proud to say, our relationship continues and now we'll be representing a Save the Tatas booth at our upcoming Health EXPO at the end of the month. Our mission: To expose as many Western NYers as possible to a great cause, a great organization and of course...Tatas.

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Donor

Rating: 5

What a fun way to generate awareness and donations! I got started when I saw a bumper sticker and asked about it. Now I buy the bumper sticker packages and hand them out to friends. The t-shirts also make great gifts. Those of us close to survivors know how critically important it is to support this foundation.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I ordered a set of mugs from your website. They arrrived promptly and in excellent condition. Thank you for providing us with such great products. We get a kick every morning out of our favorite coffee mugs.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have been an advocate for Breast cancer awareness for many years. This disease runs rampant in my family. Not only breast cancer, but many different kinds of cancer. My sister has been fighting breast cancer for a couple years now. Recently I was wrongly diagnosed with breast cancer. I was so terrified, thats when it hit me to fight even harder for those, like my sister, who fight everyday. We NEED answers..We NEED A CURE!!! GOD BLESS!
Tedi-MI.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I am a Breast Cancer Survivor! My neighbor stumbled across a bumper magnet not long ago saying she new I would be one that would proudly display the magnet!! She was right, this is a wonderful way of not only supporting the cause, but also provides a more fun way for ALL to support the cause. My 15 & 18 year old sons proudly wear the T-Shirts and braceletsI have purchased for them. My 18 year old loves the car magnet, as does my entire family! I have been stopped at stores and asked about it and I just placed an order for more bracelets as my 15 year old son's friends want to wear the bracelets! Whatever works to get the story out there! :) The orders are always received fast and accurate! Thank you!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have purchased T-Shirts and bumper stickers and I absolutely love sharing the name of the Foundation when people ask what it is. I think it is a wonderful way to spread the knowledge.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I have a t-shirt, bag and car stickers on all of our vehicles. My 25 year old son says he has people drive up next to him and give him a 'thumbs up' for the 'Save the Tatas' sticker. It gets attention and gets people remembering that we don't need to forget - cancer kills!

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Sonya O.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

When I was first diagnosed with breast cancer I happened across Save the Ta-Tas and got a chuckle out of their products. As I got ready for my first chemo. appointment I bought my "team" of supporters hats and t-shirts to try to infuse a little levity in the situation.

Whenever we wear our ta-ta hats and t-shirts, we get a ton of comments and inquiries about "where did you get that?"

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Client Served

Rating: 4

LOVE THEM!!!!! My sister suffers from breast cancer and I had my own scare this past year. They help provide funding for cancer which touches everyones life in one way or another. Thanks for doing that and putting a smile on our faces too.

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Dawn M.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My products always arrive timely and perfect. I like helping to spread the word about breast cancer in a unique way. The products are a great conversation piece and get people talking about experiences and treatments!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I support this foundation having survived breast cancer. I find it interesting how my male friends all want gifts from me from the sva the tatas website. they reall y like the t-shirts and hats.

Elizabeth, Rockville, MD

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My sister was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2010. On the day of her surgery, we were talking about the ladies in pink I had seen walking on the way to the hospital (apparently it was the official day of the Susan G. Komen walk). We talked about the walk, and the pink ribbons, and my sister said, "I really want some stuff from Save the Ta-Tas" - I just think that's hilarious". As soon as I got home, I ordered her a little Ta-Tas care package that she LOVES (she had to explain to her 10-year-old son what ta-tas were, though!).

I love that you have taken such a serious condition and created some whimsy for survivors and their families. Thank you so much for making my sister smile!

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Sarah H.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Love this campaign to raise awareness about a disease that effects so many people and so many families. Thank you for all your hard work!

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Client Served

Rating: 4

The products i ordered from 'Save the Tatas' arrived in short order. The items offered are 'cute', funny, and takes the message home to people without preaching. Thanks for your humor and insite.

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

I was diagnosed with breast cancer, at age 42, in October 2010. My doctors thought the mass that was seen on a mammogram and ultrasound was merely a fibroadenoma, until the biopsy. I immediately began collecting as much information as possible. I learned I had the BRCA gene mutation which led to my decision to have a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction. I am still going through chemotherapy and other treatments to return to wellness. My college age daughter told me about Save the Ta Ta's! We bought lots of T-shirts immediately as it was a way for my children to show support for me! I have a VERY strong will and VERY positive attitude and laugh EVERYDAY! I appreciate the mission of "Ta Ta's" and too believe laughter heals!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My role, is a survivor! I was 45 years old and trying desparately to get pregnant. I was going through my 2nd IVF cycle, ready to have my eggs retrieved when I got the call that my mammogram results were breast cancer. No baby and now, no boobies. Devastated by this double whammy, I tried desparately to find a way to laugh! (it is the best medicine you know). I'm so tired of having people feel sorry for me, first because I've never been married, second, that I have no children and now, that I have cancer. I never felt I would die, only that it was taking precious time away from my chance to have a child. But my family and friends I know were scared. For me, finding "Save the Ta-Tas" helped me lighten the subject on a serious condition for everyone. No one can say anything to a newly diagnosed person to take it all away, and that person can't say anything to take away their loved one's fears. But laughing and smiling together makes it all more bearable! My favorite quote from my favorite movie "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion"... can you name the movie?!

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

a fun but still serious way to bring awareness to breast cancer.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a newly breast cancer survivor of December 2010. I plan to
give back as I was given and have become in organizations to do so,
but so much is yet to be done. Financial issues, emoitional and of
course medical adances are needed everyday. Save the Ta Tas is a
great nonprofit group that gives a portion back and that is what is
needed. Thank you for your gifts and keep up the fight for all our
friends co-workers and families. God Bless!

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Cindy W.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

My Aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer while I was in nursing school back in 1993 and is a survivor now thanks to everything save the tatas does andher doctors!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I saw an add for Save the Ta Tas in a magazine a few years ago, thought it was cute, so went to the site and bought a shirt. The merchandise is fun and I loved that some of the proceeds to go breast cancer research. Little did I know, I would be diagnosed in 2009. Thank you to everyone who has ever made a contribution to cancer research and thank you to Save the Ta Tas for its support and continuing to find ways to raise money, raise awareness, and get our attention with cute/amusing items to purchase. I'm a survivor and I will continue to support Save the Ta Tas.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

My cousin was just diagnosed with Her2 positive breast cancer. She is only 41 years old and has 2 young children. Her mother and Aunt also passed away from this disease that I call "The Beast" She just began her Herceptin and Chemo one week ago today. I will be there every step of the way through this journey.

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Donor

Rating: 5

Last year, my mammogram showed an area of concern. I did I follow up mammogram, then an ultrasound, and eventually a biopsy. The day I got the call that it was completely benign I went onto the Save the Ta-tas website and purchased the Badass Ta-tas shirt. After all, what could be more badass than cancer-free ta-tas?

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I've had several friends lose the battle with breast cancer. I discovered Save-the-tata's shortly after my 26 year old cousin had a double mastectomy. The proud, cheerful sayings on the products they sell brought an immediate smile to her face. I bought a slew of shirts, magnets & stickers for friends and coworkers. They are ALL now dedicated fans of the foundation.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Luckily I haven't had to deal with breast cancer myself, but hope thru this organization that if I ever do get it, there will be a cure for me and other women & men.

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Chelsie N.

Donor

Rating: 5

My mom was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer my sophomore year of high school. When she told me I was so upset and so scared because I was worried I would lose my mom. From then on out I tried to find ways to raise awareness and help others who are going through the same problems. After 4 years of fighting, chemo, and surgery my mom is cancer free. I'm sure it was nothing short of a prayer answered. Just because she is better does not mean I will stop raising awareness. This website makes buying and donating breast cancer awareness items fun and exciting. I wish I could by the whole store.

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Cynthia M.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I've been affected by breast cancer one too many times, i have friends that are survivors as well as family that were not able to fight it and it has taken them from me from us. I personally am in love with the color purple, but Save The Ta-Tas has made me love, appreciate, and fully rock the color Pink! All in the hope of one day finding a cure...may my girls as well as everyones baby girls out there grow old without having to fear this disease, maybe by the time they are grown, there will be a cure. One can only hope

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Save the Ta-Ta's is a Foundation that has brought hope, light, and strength to so many women struggling with Breast Cancer. I have seen with my own eyes how the caring and compassionate approach that this Foundation brings to the families of these victims can provide hope, and strength when it seems the hardest thing in the world to have. I am the niece of a victim that cancer claimed 8 years ago this March. This Foundation has been a means of hope and support for me and many of my family members struggling through the loss of my beautiful Aunt. Thank you for all you do!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I am a 2 yr breast cancer survivor at the age of 43 years old. I use Save the TaTas website to talk to other women who have been through what I have been through. I also use it to help other women who have had breast cancer. It helps to have someone else to talk to even if it's over the internet. We can give each other suggestions and ideas. It really helps.

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Kathy L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Laughter is the best medicine. That and prayers, white light, friends, family, dogs, cuddly kittens, and this site. Thank you!

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Jules V.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The plug to my towing hitch is a "Save the Ta Ta's" plug and I just love the unique expressions they offer. It is a very creative way to spread the word and help raise money to find a cure!!! I deliver the mail everyday and refuse to part with my "expression" onthe back of my 2010 Jeep

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Marci F.

Client Served

Rating: 5

My mother died of breast cancer when I was 7, so I am vastly appreciative of organizations that work to increase breast cancer awareness and research. I love Save the Ta-Tas because it takes what is a very scary disease and information and gets it out there in a very accessible way. I know their efforts are helping women detect cancer earlier, and feel greatly supported when they do find it.

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Mindy S.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have two Save the Ta Ta's shirts and a purse/bag. I love to sport them whenever I can. I make it a point to wear them at any cancer event and to various sights and attractions (ex Disney World.) When I wear my tank tops I always think of my mother who lost her battle to breast cancer in 2004 after being diagnosed only a year. I wear my Save the Ta Ta's shirts so people will comment on it and then I can strike up a converstation about annual mammograms. It is an important issue and not enough women get checked yearly. My advice for the tank top is that it does run small. I had to get an extra large.....but I do have some curves ;) I love my ta ta's and I want to continue loving them. Save the Ta Ta's!

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Suzann D.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am a Survivor of Breast Cancer and although I never got to utilize4 this organizations service, I would highly recommend them to all Breast Cancer Patients.

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Betty H.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

When I wear my Save the Ta-Tas merchandise, there is a smile on the face of everyone who sees it. The customer service is terrific to work with.

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