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Partner with FORCE
FORCE offers your company national exposure and alignment with the only non-profit organization focused on the concerns of breast and ovarian cancer awareness, research, detection, prevention and cure. Together...we can spread hope. For more information please contact Barbara Pfeiffer, Vice President.
Raising Awareness - Spreading HOPE
“It’s in the genes” is an expression often used to describe traits that a parent may pass onto a child: their height, eye color, sports ability, and many other features. But what happens when the genes contain a risk for cancer? An estimated 750,000 people carry a change or mutation in their genes which can lead to a lifetime risk for breast cancer as high as a 85% and a risk for ovarian cancer of about 50%. These cancers occur at a younger age. And sadly the risk can be passed on to their children.
FORCE is the only national organization for individuals in this high risk community. With over 2.5 million monthly hits on our website and 65 outreach groups in cities across the United States - we're building a community to support, educate and advocate for affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
With help from corporate sponsors - FORCE can continue to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer through education, support, and advocacy.
Link Your Brand to Breast and Ovarian Cancer Awareness
Today, cause marketing is a core business strategy and an essential part of building and activating a compelling and trustworthy connection with a brand. More significantly, American's feel it's important for companies to be socially responsible. According to a survey conducted by Cone, LLC:
- 87% of consumers would switch brands based on association with a good cause
- 59% of Americans are more likely to buy a product associated with the partnership
- 50 % say they would pay more for products from brands that support causes
"Cause marketing has come of age," says Carol Cone, chairman and founder, Cone, LLC. "Consumers expect companies to support social issues, and companies have responded in a variety of ways, from multi-year, multimillion dollar commitments, to something as simple as adding a ribbon to a package or ad and donating funds to a nonprofit."
American consumers are highly attuned to nonprofit-corporate partnerships in the marketplace today. More than three-quarters (78%) of Americans believe a partnership between a nonprofit and a company they trust makes a cause stand out, according to the newly released 2010 Cone Nonprofit Marketing Trend Tracker.
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