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Recognized Leadership

Money magazine recognized CBCRP for our leadership in research quality, accountability, and integrity.

Money magazine identified the California Breast Cancer Research Program as one of five charitable organizations that are making the biggest impact against breast cancer.

From the article: "These organizations have high levels of accountability, have successfully sustained their programs over time, and spend a high percentage of their revenue on programs and services rather than administrative or fundraising costs."

Money magazine, along with Charity Navigator and authors Gayle Sulik and Samantha King (authors, respectively of Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines women's Health and Pink Ribbons, Inc: Breast Cancer and the Politics of Philanthropy), selected CBCRP in particular for our research quality, our focus on prevention, and because 95% of our revenue goes directly to funding breast cancer research and education.

Read the full article, "How to Make the Biggest Impact with Your Breast Cancer Donations" about Recognized Leadership
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