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KROGER REWARDS PROGRAM
Attention Kroger Shoppers!

 

YOU can help us raise breast cancer screening funds by shopping at your local Kroger every day.

 

Simply go to kroger.com and log into your Kroger account. If you do not have a Kroger account, you will need to create one which requires some very basic information, a valid email account and a Kroger rewards card. Once logged into your account search for West Virginia Breast Health Initiative, Inc. either by name or our code EK832.

Then, every time you shop at Kroger and swipe your rewards card or input your phone number, WVBHI will receive a portion of your purchase. Easy peasy!

Pink for a Purpose Campaign!

These amazing Mary Kay products have been selected for you, or for you to sponsor for them to be added to our WVBHI Survivor Kits for newly diagnosed West Virginians. These three must have products, were chosen because Mary Kay customers who have battled breast cancer, have enjoyed these products for their soothing benefits to skin that has been affected by chemo, radiation and medications.

 

You can help us to raise vital breast cancer funding by purchasing one or all of these products and a portion of your purchase will be donated to WVBHI. And 100% of the money raised stays in West Virginian to help West Virginians!   

Listed are 3 Mary Kay products that have been selected for the “Pink for a Purpose” Campaign:

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RUSTY METTLE
By: Julie G. Corcoran

 

Julie is a WV artist and has committed 10% of my art sales toward West Virginia Breast Health Initiative. She appreciates that 100% of the money raised in WV, stays in WV

 

Julie says, “I was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2020 and it completely changed everything including my art (my artist statement tells the whole story on my website). Even though metal is such a new medium for me to work in, I have pieces in art museums and galleries around the country. Truly, the silver lining to come out of my diagnosis. I would never be on the path I am on now without breast cancer.”