General FAQ

  • Where do donations go?

    All funds raised directly fuel Bright Pink’s life-saving education and support programs, offered free of charge throughout the United States. A detailed reporting of finances can be found in our annual report - www.BrightPink.org/financials

  • What kinds of programs does Bright Pink offer?

    Bright Pink offers breast and ovarian health educational and support programs across the country. The educational arm of Bright Pink focuses on educating young women, and the physicians who care for them, on breast and ovarian cancer risk assessment and risk management through risk reduction and early detection strategies.


    Our support programs, for women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer due to a strong family history or genetic predisposition, provide young women a sense of community and camaraderie, while managing their risk. A full description of Bright Pink’s programs can be found online: http://www.brightpink.org/our-programs/

  • How can I get more involved with Bright Pink?

    If you are interested in volunteering with Bright Pink, please sign up here: http://www.brightpink.org/volunteer/


    To request a Brighten Up® Educational Workshop for your offices, community organization, or other group setting, visit our website: http://www.BrightPink.org/BrightenUp/

  • Are donations tax deductible?

    Bright Pink is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Every dollar you contribute fuels our life-saving programs. Your financial contribution is tax deductible.

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