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Give today to provide life-changing therapies and services to breast and ovarian cancer patients nationwide.
Unite for HER is a nationally recognized nonprofit breast cancer organization whose mission is to enrich the health and wellbeing of those diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancers. We offer fully-funded integrative therapy treatments to those in our wellness programs.
As a nonprofit breast cancer charity, our on-going mission depends on donations from generous people like you. And you can give with confidence knowing that Unite for HER is rated 100/100 by Charity Navigator, the premier rating service of nonprofits.
Your support will help those with breast cancer and ovarian cancers receive healing therapies and discover hope for tomorrow.
Every gift makes a difference.
$50 provides one week of fresh vegetables
$100 provides one private Reiki or yoga session
$250 provides a private virtual or phone nutrition consultation and 6-weeks of vegetable deliveries by FarmboxRx
$500 provides five virtual or telephone counseling sessions
$1,000 provides eight treatments of medical acupuncture
$2,000 provides healing and restorative treatments for one patient for an entire year
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Unite for HER is a U.S. woman-led nonprofit and tax-exempt charitable organization (Charitable ID number 26-4444438) under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Donations submitted to Unite for HER are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and are processed in U.S. dollars. Please consult with your tax professional regarding the deduction of your gift.
In Their Words
For those affected by breast and ovarian cancers, the Unite for HER Wellness Program provides access to life-changing therapies and resources, from massage therapy, nutrition counseling, meal and vegetable deliveries, to Reiki, yoga, and more.
With your support, this year more than 5,000 patients like receive integrative therapies and services to support them through treatment and beyond at no personal cost. These are their stories.