No More Cancer, Dammit!

No More Breast Cancer Fundraiser and Giveaway hosted by Lisa Tufano and THINK LIKE A BOSS LADY, benefiting METAvivor.com and research grants for metastatic stage IV breast cancer patients

I have teamed up with several of my blogger boss ladies to bring you this wonderful opportunity to win fabulous prizes while helping to raise awareness for Stage 4 Breast Cancer:

Blogger Hostesses for Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway and Fundraiser for METAvivor.org
tobebright.com || brokegirldiaries.com || sequinsandscissors.com || thinklikeabosslady.com


“If you know someone who has died from breast cancer, they died from metastatic breast cancer. Metastatic breast cancer, or stage 4 breast cancer, is the spread of breast cancer to non-adjacent parts of the body — most commonly to the bones, liver, lungs and/or brain. Many effective breast cancer treatments exist, but if the cancer metastasizes and spreads outside of the breast, there is no cure.” – METAvivor.org

Did you know that many popular breast cancer fundraising movements give on average only 2% of their research funds to researching metastasis, despite the fact that 30% of patients diagnosed with earlier stage breast cancer will eventually develop stage 4 breast cancer and die? That’s why I encourage you to make your 2014 donation to METAvivor.org, which contributes 100% of your donation to funding research grants for metastatic breast cancer, the breast cancer that kills.

You may enter our giveaway daily, and there are 3 separate ways to enter (must be US resident and 18+): 

 Make a donation to METAvivor.org. You may donate any dollar amount that you wish – even $1. Simply forward a copy of your donation confirmation to lisa@thinklikeabosslady.com to earn this entry.

♥ Using the Rafflecopter widget below, earn entries by completing any of the listed activities (commenting on a blog post, tweeting the contest link, etc).

♥ Visit us on Instagram, and follow the instructions for the Instagram round robin.

Contest has ended! Congratulations to our two winners below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

All items have been lovingly curated by your blogger hostesses and A HUGE THANK YOU is due for the following brands for graciously donating items:

Dylan’s Candy Bar || Dammit Dolls || Heel Condoms


1st Prize Pack includes:
Cotton Candy “rock candy” lipgloss from Dylan’s Candy Bar
Dammit Doll keychain (pink polka dot)
Pink Neff beanie hat
Freebra 3-piece adhesive bra set (your choice of A-D cup)
Limited Edition Breast Cancer Awareness EOS lip balm set
Red Cherry False lashes in style #747S plus an adorable clamshell eyelash case
“Girl Power” assorted candies pack from Dylan’s Candy Bar
2nd Prize Pack includes:
“Pretty in Pink” chiffon ribbon heel embellishment from Heel Condoms
Gold foil temporary tattoos
12″ Dammit Doll (pink leopard print)
Pink Candy Kittens from Dylan’s Candy Bar
Floral & Flirty dry shampoo by Batiste
“Act like a lady, Think like a boss” tank (your choice of S, M, or L)
Watermelon “rock candy” lipgloss from Dylan’s Candy Bar

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Contest begins on Monday 10/20/14 at 9am and ends on 10/27/14 at midnight PST. Must be a legal US resident and 18+ years old to win. Each prize is awarded “as is” with no warranty or guarantee, either express or implied. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes winners will be determined at random, and odds of winning will depend on total number of sweepstakes entries. Value of Prize Pack 1 is ~$90; value of Prize Pack 2 is ~$100. Prize will be mailed within 2 weeks of sweepstakes’ end.
5 Comments
  • marilyn
    October 21, 2014

    wow awesome giveaway

  • Jenn Erin
    October 23, 2014

    I can’t wait for the day that they find a cure to cancer!!

  • Kimberly Mayberry
    October 24, 2014

    This is such a wonderful fundraiser and way to promote awareness! Thank you so much!

  • Terry Mascenic
    October 26, 2014

    I cannot thank you enough for your candor, about how donations to Breast Cancer Research are misdirected. I was so glad to read “No More Cancer, Dammit!” because my family doesn’t feel comfortable when I express concerns about certain big-and-popular campaigns collecting money for research. It was so affirming to read your comments. Our mother was a breast cancer survivor. But, they caught it early on and it had not metastasized. THANK YOU for bringing METAvivor.org to my attention.

    • Lisa Tufano
      October 26, 2014

      Terry, thank you so much for your kind and thoughtful comment. I’m glad that you found me as well, and I’m so happy that this cause resonated with you as much as it has with me. That is such great news about your mom, and hopefully one day we can retire pink ribbons once and for all!

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