Financial Resources —Did you know that there are many financial resources that can help people living with breast cancer? Find out more
You can help achieve a world without breast cancer by contributing financially in a way that is meaningful to you. Your gift will support the Central Florida Affiliate's mission to provide local community grants, helping people in our community access education, screening and treatment. Your funds also support life-saving research initiatives that will enable scientists to discover the cures for breast cancer.
Join us in the promise and become part of the fight against breast cancer by making a contribution of $25, $50, $100 or the value that is meaningful to you to support our work at Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
The In Honor Campaign provides the opportunity to make a donation to celebrate a loved one's survivorship or a special occasion—a birthday, anniversary, or a wedding— or recognize the courage of a friend or relative who is fighting breast cancer, or even to thank someone for their support.
The Memorial Campaign provides the opportunity to make a donation in memory of a loved one or friend.
Create your own web page to raise funds in the fight to end breast cancer forever through the work of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Raise funds by asking friends to support an event or an accomplishment, or to honor another individual or remember a loved one.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure launched the Circle of Promise campaign to engage African-Americans in its mission to end breast cancer forever by fostering increased awareness, support, empowerment and action. African-American women have the highest death rate and poorest survival rate of any other racial or ethnic group for breast cancer. In an effort to rewrite the story of African American women and breast cancer, Komen has pledged to decrease the mortality of African-Americans from breast cancer by increasing awareness of the risk of breast cancer, reducing pervasive myths in the community, encouraging breast self awareness leading to early detection and treatment and mobilizing the community to collectively fight for access to quality care for all.