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The Bridge Breast Network

For every $1 donated to Bridge Breast Network, the equivalent of ten dollars in medical care can be provided. Our medical partners either donate their services or provide them at a substantial discount; allowing BBN to direct 95% of our dollars to client care. As a result, BBN can provide early-stage breast cancer treatment for nearly $22,000.

Please join us in building a “bridge” of hope by donating to The Bridge Breast Network during North Texas Giving Day on September 22, 2022 from 6am – 12 midnight. Simply donate for NTXGiving Day on September 22nd with a donatation of $25 or more to the Bridge Breast Network and your donation will be eligible for bonus funding.

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