Carson-Dellosa Publishing to Donate up to $10,000 in October for Breast Cancer Research

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In 2012, it is estimated that over 226,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Second only to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, with the chance of a woman developing invasive breast cancer some time during her life at approximately one in eight.

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“This is just our way of honoring women and contributing to an effort that is so deeply personal to all of us here.”

In 2012, it is estimated that over 226,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Second only to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, with the chance of a woman developing invasive breast cancer some time during her life at approximately one in eight.

Which is why Carson-Dellosa Publishing is donating $1 from every online purchase during October to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Carson-Dellosa will donate up to $10,000.

Founded over 35 years ago by two teachers and mothers, today Carson-Dellosa educational products reach millions of teachers, parents and children in homes and classrooms around the world. It’s no surprise then that issues impacting women are important to Carson-Dellosa.

“Nearly every woman we know has been touched by breast cancer in some way. These women are our customers, colleagues, teachers, mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends,” said Judy L. Harris, CEO of Carson-Dellosa. “This is just our way of honoring women and contributing to an effort that is so deeply personal to all of us here.”

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® is dedicated to preventing breast cancer and finding a cure in our lifetime by funding clinical and translational research worldwide.

“The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is delighted to partner with Carson-Dellosa this year,” said Myra J. Biblowit, President, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. “We believe this initiative will certainly help raise awareness about The Breast Cancer Research Foundation among the women they serve.”

For more information about Carson-Dellosa, go to carsondellosa.com.

About Carson-Dellosa
Carson-Dellosa Publishing, LLC, based in Greensboro, North Carolina, was founded by teachers and boasts a 35-year history as the leading supplemental education provider for educators, parents and students around the world. Carson-Dellosa is renowned for nurturing a child’s learning potential and environment through Common Core Standards-based curriculum, innovative digital learning products, supplemental learning materials and classroom resources.
Carson-Dellosa proudly provides the best possible educational materials produced by the industry’s more recognized and respected award-winning brands including: Learning SpotTM Lessons, Summer Bridge ActivitiesTM, Mark Twain Publishing, Key Education, High Reach Learning®, Frank Schaffer®, Spectrum®, Judy® Instruco, American Education PublishingTM and Brighter Child®.

To learn more about Carson-Dellosa, visit carsondellosa.com, Facebookcom/CarsonDellosa, Twitter.com/CDPub, Pinterest.com/CarsonDellosa or YouTube.com/CarsonDellosaPub.

About The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®, founded by Evelyn H. Lauder in 1993, is an independent not-for-profit organization committed to funding scientific research to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime. In October 2012, BCRF will award $40 million to 197 scientists across the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and China. With 91 cents of every dollar spent by BCRF directed towards breast cancer research and awareness programs, BCRF remains one of the most fiscally responsible charities in the country. For the tenth time since 2002, it has earned 4 stars from Charity Navigator. Additionally, BCRF is the only cancer organization rated an “A+” by CharityWatch. For more information about BCRF, visit http://www.bcrfcure.org.

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