Bras Across the CAUSEway:
a local breast cancer support group

Raise money to support local breast cancer patients

Every dollar counts, so run, eat, or donate with Bras Across the CAUSEway. With your help, we can provide direct support to the patients of The Breast Center at Providence Hospital.

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Dollars Raised Since 2017

A local fundraising group for local patients.

We are a local group supporting local breast cancer patients. With the help of local business, we raise money to help patients pay bills, buy groceries and other necessities so they can focus on their fight.

According to Cancer.net

More women are diagnosed with breast cancer than any other cancer, besides skin cancer. This year, an estimated 268,600 women in the United States will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and 62,930 women will be diagnosed with in situ breast cancer. An estimated 2,670 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer.

It is estimated that 42,260 deaths (41,760 women and 500 men) from breast cancer will occur this year.

In one way or another, breast cancer has affected just about everyone. This is why we organize our fundraising events (the 5K and Fun-Run, and our Restaurant Rally) so the community can come together. Cancer is not a battle that is won alone, and we want our fighters to know that we support them.

There are several ways to get involved with Bras Across the CAUSEway. Regardless of how you chose to help, we want you to know that your contribution goes straight to the patients of The Breast Center at Providence Hospital in Mobile, AL. Our cause provides aid to the patients battling breast cancer so they can focus on what is important.

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Become a sponsor for Bras Across the CAUSEway and make a real difference for our local breast cancer patients at The Breast Center at Providence Hospital.

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Our Programs

Bras Across the CAUSEway provides direct support to the patients of The Breast Center at Providence Hospital. Find other ways you can get involved with the cause!

5k & 1-Mile Fun Run

Make every step matter during our 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run starting at Meaher State Park. Food, drinks and bounce houses are available. There is something fun for everyone during our family-friendly event!

Restaurant Rally

Raising money for our local breast cancer patients has never been so delicious. Join us at one of our participating restaurants during the Restaurant Rally to support our community!

Sponsors and Volunteers

Looking to give direct support to local breast cancer patients? Contact one of our team members and find out how Bras Across the CAUSEway can help you make a difference!

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You know, you are already going through cancer, and have to worry about the bills that come along with it. You know, they (Bras Across the CAUSEway) were able to come in and, kinda, relieve some of that pressure.

- Alexandria Dale

Join these local business in supporting those fighting against breast cancer!

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Give Today

Making a donation is simple. Click the link to go to Providence Hospital’s donate page. There will be six sections to fill out to make sure your donation is the right amount and goes to the right location. 

  1. Set the amount you would like to contribute
  2. Check the box if you want your donation to be a recurring contribution.
  3. Select “Bras Across the Causeway” from the drop-down box under the “designation” section.
  4. If you want to make your gift in tribute of a loved one, check the box in the “Tribute” section and fill out the form.
  5. Put in your billing information. If you wish to remain anonymous, simply check the box at the bottom of the “Billing Adress” section.
  6. Enter your payment details and verify that the information is correct. Leave a comment if you want, then click “donate”

We cannot thank you enough for helping us make a difference for the patients at the Providence Hospital Breast Care Center.

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