Our mission is simple


Support groundbreaking research to help save lives

So many younger women are being diagnosed with breast cancer and are dying needlessly. It’s critical that research is undertaken in this area now to help save their lives.

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Caridad has provided over 2 million breast health resources to women in need.

What we do

Patient navigation helps guide patients through and around barriers in the complex cancer care system to help ensure timely diagnosis, treatment, and support. This is also critical to survival and early detection, and the medical community in the U.S. is seeing huge successes through patient navigation programs. The Caridad Program is a proactive approach to helping patients overcome the barriers of cost, fear, and misinformation surrounding a disease and its prevention. By helping underserved women to navigate the healthcare system, navigators provide the vision that gives women hope.
Together with our outreach partners, we’re empowering women to take control of their health by educating them about their body and providing important breast cancer resources. Including In-person training sessions, Materials provided at events, Online training modules.
Our support group creates a safe space for healthy dialogue between patients & survivors. Caridad hosts a monthly support group where our support group facilitator works with cancer survivors during “caring and sharing” time to encourage healthy dialogue and education for everyone involved. Having the support of others is an important part of breast cancer survivorship. Research shows that taking part in support groups, where you both give and receive help, is an effective way to reduce the stress and anxiety that can come with a breast cancer diagnosis.


Helping women now through early detection, education, and support

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Checked your breasts lately?

We’ll show you how. Checking your breasts is easy as TLC. ‘Know your normal’, so you can find any changes in your breasts as soon as they appear.


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“Being a survivor now, I realized I was not educated or aware about what breast cancer actually was and how it impacted and affected people.”

Rena Hart
Breast Cancer Survivor & Caridad Supporter

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