Wisconsinmade.com Supports Breast Cancer Awareness with October Donation
WisconsinMade.com, an Internet specialty food and gift store, is donating 10 percent of its Internet sales to the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition the week of October 11-20 to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month and support the fight against breast cancer.
“The Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition has contributed so much to raise breast cancer awareness and advocacy in the State of Wisconsin,” said Linda Remeschatis, WisconsinMade.com owner and breast cancer survivor. “I’m pleased to be able to support this great Wisconsin organization for 10 years now and help them fight breast cancer.”
The web-store showcases over 2500 products made with pride and passion by more than 250 Wisconsin artisans. Visitors to Wisconsinmade.com find hand-crafted art for the home and office created in multiple media by Wisconsin artisans; books written by Wisconsin authors; CD's produced by Wisconsin musicians; Wisconsin-sports apparel; gift baskets, and gourmet foods. Wisconsinmade.com receives national attention for the regional-specialty foods it delivers, such as the championship Wisconsin cheeses, meats, cranberries, maple syrup, and gourmet pastries identified with Wisconsin's ethnic heritage. Wisconsinmade.com delivers the best of Wisconsin to the rest of the U.S.A.
About the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition
The Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition brings Wisconsin voices together to stand up and speak out about breast cancer with:
· Education – Spotlighting critical breast cancer issues
· Collaboration – Empowering through strategic alliances
· Legislation – Influencing policymaking
The Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition is a statewide organization that is recognized as the premier resource on breast cancer policy issues. Since it was founded in 1994, the WBCC has initiated programs meant to reach the people of Wisconsin directly, partnered with other organizations to affect changes in policy that have significantly increased funding for research on both the state and national level, and worked to improve access to quality care and treatment for all people. Our collective voice in Wisconsin will make a difference. Visit our website, www.standupandspeakout.org for more information.