October 2020 Fundraisers for the NHBCC Support Services Fund



For the entire month of October, the businesses and agencies listed below will support NHBCC.  Please take a moment to review and select the activities that mean the most to you!

When you participate in these fundraisers, your support translates directly into financial support for New Hampshire breast cancer patients through our Support Services Fund.



For the month of October, the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition will receive a $1 donation from each purchase of the $2.50 reusable Community Bag at the Hannaford store located at:

800 Islington Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire



Throughout the month of October, Fallon’s Furniture and La-Z-Boy of Manchester will be donating a portion of every purchase to the NH Breast Cancer Coalition.  Last year, Fallon’s Furniture and La-Z-Boy raised over $8,000, so they’ve set the goal even higher.

Right now, you’ll save 25-50% off everything in stock or stop in today to ask about special savings on custom orders.  If you visit the store and donate $25.00, you will be entered to win a recliner valued at $599!!

Visit these locations today and help support the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition!

La-Z-Boy at 1949 S. Willow Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Fallon’s Furniture at 373 Cohas Ave, Manchester, NH 03109




Mr. Mac’s Macaroni & Cheese will donate $1.00 from every Take & Bake they sell during the month of October 2020 to various charities, including NHBCC.

Visit any of these four locations and enjoy your favorite Mac & Cheese often!!

2600 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, NH 03801

497 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104

440 Middlesex Rd, Tyngsboro, MA 01879

175 Littleton Road, Westford, MA 01886



1278 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett, NH 03106

Merchant’s Automotive Group in Hooksett, NH, will support the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition during October by donating $10 for every auto sold.  Stop by Merchant’s Automotive Group at 1278 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106.



The Dublin, New Hampshire Police Department is offering specialty pink patches in return for donations to support the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition. The Pink Patch Program centers on vibrant pink versions of the public safety employee’s uniform patch.  All proceeds will benefit New Hampshire breast cancer patients who need financial assistance through its Support Services Fund.

There are two ways you can purchase the Pink Patch.

– Visit or mail a check ($10.00 or more made payable to: New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition) to the Dublin Police Department located at 1122 Main Street, Dublin, New Hampshire.

– Make a donation of $10.00 or more on-line at:

Pink Patch Project, Dublin, New Hampshire

For more information contact: Officer Brandon Blair, bblair@townofdublin.org



2540 Brown Ave, Manchester, NH 03103

Check out the special events, Pink Targets and apparel for sale during October.  Also, there will be a raffle underway, so you won’t want to miss this opportunity!  For additional information, contact TerryAnn at (603) 668-9015.




It’s that time of the year again!  October is Breast Cancer awareness month and during the month of October we will be selling Matrix Miracle Creator masks for $5.   100% of all money made will be donated to the NH Breast Cancer Coalition.  NHBCC helps NH residents affected by breast cancer afford living expenses like heat, electricity and mortgage payments while undergoing treatment.  It’s an amazing organization that keeps donated funds local.  Come in and get your masks!  Not only do they work great, you’ll be helping a great cause as well.



You can also support NHBCC through Amazon Smile!




The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition mission is to advocate for

and provide assistance to New Hampshire patients with breast cancer.

Please visit these businesses who have pitched in to support

NHBCC’s mission and work!

Pink alone won’t end breast cancer.  Take action this October, and beyond, with the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s Stop the Clock campaign!


Stop the Clock!

August 25, 2020

Effective September 1, 2020, the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition will have a new general mailing address, however the NHBCC Support Services Fund mailing address has not changed.  It remains the same.  If you, with the help of your provider, are applying for financial support from the NHBCC Support Services Fund, please continue to use this address to mail your application:



PO BOX 643

NASHUA NH 03061-0643


Thank you!

Great news!

The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition (NHBCC) is authorized to sell special decals with our logo that can be placed on a new type of license plate called the “Decal Plate.”  The NHBCC Decals can only be placed on a Decal Plate.

Click Here for what you need to know to obtain your Decal Plate and the NHBCC Logo Decal.

There are two ways to request your NHBCC Logo Decal:


Order your NHBCC Logo Decal and pay using PayPal with the following button:



Click Here to download the Order Form to request your NHBCC Logo Decal. When you complete filling out the Order Form, mail to:

NHBCC, 142 Lowell Rd, Unit 17-200, Hudson NH 03051-4938

Here is what the decal looks like!

August 2020

Breast cancer is challenging on its own, but coupled with COVID-19, the path seems steeper.

The Dr. Susan Love Foundation web site contains links to several valuable resources for those faced with this double challenge.

See:  Covid-19 Meets Breast Cancer

COVID-19 Meets Breast Cancer, Dr. Susan Love


Our sincere thanks to Candia Woods Golf Links in Candia, NH, for holding your 2020 Pink Ball Rally. The Ladies League raised $850 for the NHBCC Support Services Fund. Thanks to Shaun Bishop, General Manager, Denise Johnson, and everyone who participated to raise these critical funds!

Plan now for the Knights of Columbus (Hampstead, New Hampshire) 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the NHBCC Support Services Fund.

Date:  Saturday, August 22, 2020

Location:  Bradford Country Club, 201 Chadwick Rd, Haverhill MA  (978-372-8587)

For more information, contact:

Bobby DiMattia, Phone:  978-490-4179 or Email:  knights9058@gmail.com



The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition is honored to be one of this year’s beneficiaries of Neil’s Ride!!!

Neil’s Ride 2020, started in 2017 by Neil Anastas, Jr., will take place on Sunday, August 16, 2020.  The police escorted ride starts at Seacoast Harley-Davidson and ends at the Saddle Up Saloon in Kingston, NH.

The event includes raffle prizes, a 50/50 raffle, dunk tank and more!

DATE:   Sunday, August 16, 2020

LOCATION:  Start at Seacoast Harley-Davidson, Hampton NH

TIME:  Registration Opens at 8:00 AM; Kick Stands Up at 10:30 AM

To register and for more information:            Neil’s Ride 2020



The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium will take place in 2020 as a Virtual Meeting due to COVID-19.  This international meeting draws scientists, researchers and advocates to listen, learn and share updates in breast cancer research.  Patient advocates play a vital role in this meeting.  There is no fee this year for advocates.

For advocate program information contact:

Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation
PO Box 780067
San Antonio, TX 78278

Email: sandi@alamobreastcancer.org

Meeting Web Site:    San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

A message from the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition for our New Hampshire breast cancer community.

In light of the COVID-19 threat that we all face, the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Support Services Fund continues to accept applications for the foreseeable future.

The Support Services Fund offers financial assistance for breast cancer patients who live in or are being treated in New Hampshire.  The Fund covers the most critical expenses of daily living such as rent, mortgage, utilities, car repair and more.

Applications must include the name and contact information for a member of the patient’s health care team, preferably a social worker.

To download an application form, please visit nhbcc.org.   Then contact your health care provider to fill out the application for submission.

For more information on COVID-19 in NH, please visit https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/2019-ncov.htm. For the latest information from the CDC, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.