Breast Health Education Evening at Norris Cotton Cancer Center, 10/24/2016

Plan to attend this education event to hear from experts from the NCCC Comprehensive Breast Program on topics ranging from exercise and nutrition to multidisciplinary approaches to patient care.

When: Monday, October 24, 2016

Where: Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH, Auditoria E & F

Time: 5 pm to 8 pm

RSVP:   Access the registration link at

Information: Contact Paula Therrien, (603) 653-3619


Mr. Mac’s Gives Back to Fight Breast Cancer

During the month of October, Mr. Mac’s Macaroni & Cheese will give $1.00 from every Take & Bake they sell to the NH Breast Cancer Coalition. Donations will help improve the lives of those fighting breast cancer.

When: Month of October 2016

Where: Mr. Mac’s Macaroni & Cheese, 497 Hooksett Rd., Manchester NH

More information: 603-606-1760,

Mr. Mac’s has gluten free options!

Mr Mac’s Mac & Cheese



New England Premier Events presents three opportunities to support NHBCC while having an evening of fun, pampering and socializing with girlfriends! Enjoy amazing appetizers, cash bar, shopping from local vendors, readings from 3 different psychics, music, makeovers, pedicure, chair massage or try some line dancing! You can also enter the hourly drawing and have a chance to a wardrobe analysis, spa package complete makeover and many more!! Proceeds from the silent auctions will benefit NHBCC. Order your tickets today!

(1) September 22, 2016, Blue Ocean Music Hall, Salisbury MA

(2) September 28, 2016, Castleton Convention Center, Windham NH

(3) November 16, 2016, Atkinson Country Club, Atkinson NH

September 1, 2016

To help support the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition during September, please visit your Hannaford Stores at:

175 Coliseum Avenue, Nashua NH

Ames Plaza, Route 16, Center Ossipee NH

For the month of September 2016, the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition will receive a $1 donation from each purchase of a specially designed blue Good Karma reusable bag at Hannaford in Nashua and Center Ossipee, New Hampshire.

Visit your store … head straight for the reusable bag rack …  and grab a few of the bags with the good karma design.

“NHBCC is proud to have been selected to benefit from the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program,” said Nancy Ryan, President, NHBCC. “NHBCC relies almost entirely on community fundraising events and the generosity of companies like Hannaford to support our work.  Hannaford is providing steady support in 2016!”

Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag sales was designed to create revenue streams for deserving local nonprofits like the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition.

For more information on the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, visit or

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A Market Natural Foods will donate $1 for each bottle of vitamins sold between October 1st and October 16th to the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition.

Major Sponsors are Garden of Life and Megafood. Also helping are Renew Life, Wiley’s and Now Foods.

When: October 1 through October 16, 2016


A Market Natural Foods

125 Loring Street, Manchester, NH 03103

181 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840


Keenwah Superfood Eatery

311 Broadway, Newport, RI 02840

For more information, contact:  Stephanie Rawson  (603-641-1829, Ext. 117)

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Me & My Best Friend Fashion Show

An afternoon of fun and fashion for dog lovers to benefit the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition and White River Animal Rescue

Come enjoy the Upper Valley’s cutest pooches and their owners, showcasing unique styles by:


Keeny Paige Fashions

Fat Hat Clothing Company

Wine, snacks and door prizes by local businesses

When: Sunday, October 23, 2-4 PM

Where: Coolidge Hotel, White River Junction, VT

Tickets: $5 donation

For information: Contact June Garen, 603-393-8134

Me & My Best Friend Flyer

Update:  June 2016

The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition is calling on elected public officials to endorse the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®.

Thank you Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas for adding your name to our list!  Let’s keep the momentum going!

1)  Encourage your elected New Hampshire legislator to endorse Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®.  Visit

2)  To those officials who have already endorsed Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®, encourage your state and national colleagues to join you!

A hearty thank-you to the following New Hampshire federal and state officials for standing behind Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®.  [Updated: 6/14/2016]

Governor Maggie Hassan

U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen

U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte

U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster

U. S. Rep. Frank Guinta

Former U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter

State Senator Andy Sanborn

State Senator Martha Fuller Clark

State Rep. Rick Ladd

State Senator John Reagan

State Rep. Christy Dolat Bartlett

Former State Rep. Amanda Merrill

State Rep. Laurie Sanborn

State Rep. Larry Gagne

State Rep. Ed Butler

State Rep. Naida Kaen

Former State Rep. William Butynski

Former State Rep. Pamela Hubbard

State Rep. Steven Smith

State Rep. Dick Hinch

State Rep. Don LeBrun

State Rep. Robert Backus

State Rep. Travis Bennett

State Rep. Michael Cahill

State Rep. Glenn Cordelli

State Rep. Allen Cook

State Rep. Helen Deloge

State Rep. Linda Di Silvestro

State Rep. Alethea Froburg

State Rep. William Gannon

State Rep. Pamela Gordon

State Rep. Peter Hansen

State Rep. Martha Hennessey

State Rep. Peggy McCarthy

State Rep. Richard McNamara

State Rep. Sharon Nordgren

State Rep. Harold Parker

State Sen. David Pierce

State Rep. John Potucek

State Rep. James Spillane

State Rep. David Wood

State Rep.  Michael Vose

State Senator Jeff Woodburn

State Senator Donna Soucy

State Senator Molly Kelly

State Rep. Mary Jane Wallner

Town of Lee, NH, Select Board

State Rep. Joseph Hannon

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas




Since NHBCC designed and launched the Support Services Fund (SSF) in 2006, we have assisted over 500 New Hampshire breast cancer patients navigate difficult and trying financial crises during their breast cancer treatment. The SSF is a fund of last resort for women, men and families who need help paying for the basic necessities of daily living, so they can focus on their breast cancer treatment and getting well. A month’s rent, heating oil or propane, utilities, car repair, child-care, a medical co-pay or COBRA — expenses many of us take for granted — are a few of the expenses that the SSF covers. This program is made possible only by the support and generosity of individuals, businesses and corporations who want to help. As an all-volunteer organization, NHBCC puts every SSF dollar to use immediately to assist patients and make a meaningful difference in their lives. If you, or someone you know, is battling breast cancer and might need financial assistance from the NHBCC Sup-port Services Fund, visit our web site ( to download an application form. Complete the one page application and take it to your social worker to sign. NHBCC is here to help.

NHBCC receives requests for more financial expenses than we are currently capable of fulfilling. With your support, NHBCC can provide additional critical financial aid to breast cancer patients in need. To help, visit


Amount Requested

Amount Authorized





$ 67,126












$ 28,076



$ 88,168


February 16, 2016

The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition (NHBCC) thanks Townsquare Media, WOKQ 97.5 and The Shark 102.1 & 105.3 for honoring our organization with the 2016 “Year of Service Award.”

NHBCC will use this opportunity to inform New Hampshire residents about our mission, to strengthen our network, to assist New Hampshire breast cancer patients and to help end breast cancer for all!

Thank you from all of us at NHBCC and congratulations to eight other non-profit organizations for receiving quarterly awards from Townsquare Media!



pIC2smFrom the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, a poster presentation titled The City of Hope Breast Cancer Survivorship Study:  A Longitudinal Look at Symptoms.  Women with breast cancer are enrolled at diagnosis then followed over time to assess symptoms and side effects of treatment, what Dr. Susan Love terms “collateral damage.”  It is time to pay attention to the difficulties and needs of survivors.