Breast Health Foundation

Buy a beautiful BHF Relate Bracelets OR Bags4good at your closest Woolworths SA outlet, nationwide.

Breast Health Foundation

Breast Cancer Pens

Order a pink  Breast Health Foundation ‘Breast Cancer Pen’ (R30) and get a free bookmark that has a step-by-step illustration on how to perform a breast self-examination. Contact 0860 283 343 or email [email protected]


Breast Health Foundation

Regal Rosé

Mulderbosch Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé proudly supports and contributes towards Breast Health Foundation. They entered the partnership as they believe Breast Health Foundation does a great job in educating, empowering and supporting women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, and educate others to have regular check-up for possible early detection. You’ll find the Rosé in Pick ’n Pay, Checkers, Tops@Spar, Norman Goodfellows, Makro and Ultra Liquors.

Win a signed copy of Cancer: A Love Story by Lauren Segal 

A Love Story is the intimately searing memoir of a four-time cancer survivor. The book magnificently tracks Lauren’s journey to come to terms with the untold challenges of facing the dreaded disease.

All you must do to enter is sign up to the Buddies For Life newsletter. Click here to sign up! 

One Step at a Time – Cancer Warrior Walk

We invite all Cancer Warriors, their families and friends to join us for the 5KM One Step at a Time Cancer Warrior Walk in the Johannesburg Zoo, 4 February 2017. Gates open at 6:00am, the walk starts at 7:30am.

One Step at a Time is an iniative of the Breast Health Foundation, symbolic of personal triumph and victory from diagnosis, treatment to survivorship. The journey began in 2016 when 5 breast cancer survivors trekked to Everest Base Camp. Everest represents the epitome of human conquest and achievement. A trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) with breast cancer survivors was a public demonstration of the strength of the human spirit.

This event is a symbolic message of defiance to go out to all people fighting cancer and stand as an example of what is possible. Exercise plays a very important role in long-term health and walking is an ideal form of exercise that can be enjoyed by the survivors, their families and supporters.

Click here to book you ticket!

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