October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Memorial District businesses are marking this observance and offering you ways to show your support, make a donation and raise awareness.
Love arts and crafts? Put together a special handmade item, such as a pink face mask, with products from JOANN Fabrics and Crafts near Village Plaza. Through Halloween, JOANN will donate 100% of all customer donations collected in JOANN Fabrics stores to Susan G. Komen®, and $1 for each yard of Kona Quilt Cotton Bright Pink, Sew Classic Solid Cotton Bright Pink, and Sew Classic Solid Cotton Teal Blue sold.
Check out all the projects you can make to show your support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month! What are you making? #handmadewithjoann https://bit.ly/3cVHsMn
Staff at Three Brothers Bakery participate in the Race for the Cure by Susan G. Komen®, and although the big group event is canceled this year, the team reminds everyone that breast cancer is NOT canceled. Therefore, many people have opted for virtual races, and people can donate online.
Janice's Virtual 30th Anniversary Komen Houston Race for the Cure Message.
When a loved one receives a breast cancer diagnosis, one of the best things you can do is to sure the person knows you are there to help and listen. Show your love and support with this great T-shirt at Marlo Miller Boutique. It’s perfect for October—Breast Cancer Awareness Month and fall football season.
🎀No One Fights Alone🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀Order this t-shirt online or in store🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀🎀https://www.marlomillerboutique.com/product-page/no-one-fights-alone-t-shirt-breast-cancer-awareness
Burn Boot Camp kicked off the month with a Pink Out day, and the gym has continued encourage and enlighten people through social media posts about the importance of awareness.
We are so excited to welcome October with a PINK OUT for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 💕💕💪🏻#burnbootcampmemorialcity...
At State Fare, $1 from every order of a Gradient Rosé Flight in October goes toward a Breast Cancer Awareness cause. You can enjoy some Prosecco, Rosé, Sparkling Rosé, and Red Moscato all while supporting an important cause.
Sip rosé for a good cause all month long! Order the Gradient Rosé Flight anytime during brunch this month and $1 dollar...
Memorial Hermann Memorial City wants you to prioritize your annual mammogram. Many things are different this year, but the importance of annual mammogram is not. The award-winning hospital reminds you to put your health at the top of the list, and book your next mammogram now.
COVID-19 has unexpectedly changed our day-to-day lives and long-term plans. But it’s important that one thing doesn’t...
Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center wants people to know how important blood transfusions are for breast cancer patients who are in recovery. The organization regularly holds blood drives in the Memorial District at Memorial City and CITYCENTRE.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We're sharing how vital it is to spread awareness for a cure because one in...
The World Health Organization says breast cancer is the leading form of cancer among women. However, it is important to note that breast cancer can affect anyone, not just women. That means everyone needs to remain vigilant. Schedule regular mammograms or physicals, and speak to your doctor if you notice any swelling, dimpling, or pain in your breast or chest. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer with information from the American Cancer Society here.