Each year, 100,000 women between the ages of 45 and 64 in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with breast cancer.* Many women in this age range are simultaneously struggling with the symptoms of menopause, but strength can be found in support. This is why Estroven, the safe, multi-symptom menopause relief supplement and the Avon Foundation have partnered for a third year to re-launch Sleep Pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise funds to advance access to quality breast health care, research towards prevention and causes of breast cancer and ultimately find a cure.
Embrace Pink: Host a Sleep Pink Party!
Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month – This October, Estroven, a safe multi-symptom menopause relief solution,* is inviting you to once again Sleep Pink and support Breast Cancer Awareness Month! You and your friends and family can become a part of the “pink movement” and raise funds for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show your support by spending time with the important ladies in your life and host a pink-themed pajama party to raise money for finding a cure for breast cancer and advancing access to care for all.
Building on the success of two years, hundreds of participants and the inspiring momentum of raising thousands of dollars in donations, Estroven is calling even more women (and men!) to “Sleep Pink” in 2014 and take to the social media-sphere in support of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Participants across the nation are challenged to put their creativity to the test by planning bigger and better Sleep Pink Parties and sport their best shades of pink to show support and sharing the fun through social media.
For each Sleep Pink pajama party photo submitted, Estroven will make a $250 donation to benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.**
For every photo submitted of an individual in pink pajamas, Estroven will donate $100 to benefit the organization.**
To learn more about this year’s Sleep Pink™ campaign, visit: http://www.sleeppink.com/
* According to research conducted by the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org