Giveaway #20: Letters of Love Designs SURVIVOR and HOPE Signs



Nikki Barr of Letters of Love Designs has donated a SURVIVOR sign and a HOPE sign.  Shipping is donated by Taylor Eames.

Visit Letters of Love Designs at

Like Letters of Love Designs on Facebook HERE.  Follow Letters of Love Designs on Instagram HERE.



About the company:  Nikki photographs things that look like letters and then uses the photos to make neat, decorative signs.

HOPE :  3 inches wide/long x 1 inch tall/high.
SURVIVOR (either color style) : 10 1/2 inches wide/long x 2 1/2 inches tall/high.

These signs can stand alone and also hang on the wall – metal hanger on the back.

Indoor display only.

Nikki is also offering a discount to the members of Breast Cancer Sisters FB group.  The discount code will be announced in the group.


Giveaway #19: Recovery Tee and Care Package from Courage to Conquer Cancer



Kandi Stewart and Kristi James of Courage to Conquer Cancer have donated a Breast Cancer Patient Care Package including a recovery tee.

Visit Courage to Conquer Cancer at

Follow Courage to Conquer Cancer on Facebook HERE.  Visit Courage to Conquer Cancer’s Etsy shop HERE.


This is a great gift for any patient undergoing a mastectomy or other breast surgery.

Care package includes one of their patent pending recovery tees (for drain management, easy on/off while movement is restricted, and can be used during other breast cancer treatments), a soft, plush blanket to keep warm in the infusion center or hospital, small bottle of hand sanitizer, a small water bottle with straw, essential oil soap, lip balm, sickness bag, pocket-sized tissues, box of peppermint oil Angel mints, and a tote to contain it all.


Giveway #18: Zipport Shirt


Laura Buckman of Zipport Wear has donated a women’s pink or black Zipport Shirt.  Soft cotton blend t-shirt with the black plastic zipper on the specified side.

For every shirt purchased, one is donated to a child in need.

Visit the Zipport Website at

Like Zipport on Facebook HERE.  Follow on Twitter HERE.


Will was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2015.  He hated having to take his shirt off for port access every time we went to the doctor.  I knew there had to be a better way.  A few weeks later, the Zipport shirt was born and it was a game changer in our journey.  Since then, we have sold hundreds of shirts like this to kids and adults who need them.  In the early stages of Zipport, I knew that I wanted it to be something that would help people.  Zipport is now a one-for-one company.  When you purchase a shirt from the website, you are also donating a shirt to a child in need, you are paying it forward and helping solve this problem for another family.


Giveaway #17: Cancer Care Gift Tote from Choose Hope


Karen Shreves of Choose Hope has donated this Cancer Care Gift Tote to one lucky winner.

Visit Choose Hope’s website:

Visit Choose Hope on Facebook HERE.  Follow Choose Hope on Instagram HERE.


Our Cancer Care Gift Tote is the perfect gift for anyone newly diagnosed or going through surgery, radiation, or even chemotherapy. Designed by our very own cancer survivors, this heavyweight tote includes everything necessary for medical appointments, treatments, hospital stays or just lounging at home. Screened with our inspirational trademarked phrase, “No One Fights Alone,” the tote has a secured zipper main compartment with a curved zippered front pocket. It allows for easy storage of cell phones, tablets, keys, appointment cards, notebooks, etc. Made of 600D polyester canvas, it measures 14″ x 18″ x 3.5″. It’s better than your ordinary gift basket and filled with the following very special items:

  • Soft Plush Blanket – Comfy and warm. Measures 50″ x 60″, 100% polyester, machine washable. Colors vary (please see photos).
  • No One Fights Alone® Ribbon Awareness Water Bottle – 28 oz. water bottle with colored ribbon.  Domed screw-on cap and buckle clasp keeps it germ-free.  Perfect for keeping your body hydrated.
  • Cozy Slipper Socks – Soft and comfy socks that are sure to warm those cold feet on any day! Complete with dot grips to prevent slipping. Colors will vary (please see photos).
  • What Cancer Cannot Do® Notebook – Screened with the popular poem, What Cancer Cannot Do, this 5′ x 7″ notebook is perfect for jotting down thoughts, questions and medical information. Comes complete with matching pen.
  • Hand Sanitizer – 2 ounce bottle with a push lid for easy opening and closing. Perfect for keeping those germs away!
  • Framed Magnetic What Cancer Cannot Do Poem – 4″ x 6″ magnetic frame that holds the popular poem What Cancer Cannot Do. Provides a great reminder that cancer has its limitations.
  • Dionis Lip Balm – Infused with nourishing goat’s milk and antioxidant Vitamin E. Free of parafin, phthalate and gluten (Vanilla Bean flavor).
  • Dionis Body Lotion – Specially blended formula full of goat’s milk, vitamins and proteins needed to replenish moisture. Fragrance free makes it perfect for cancer patients.

The Cancer Care Tote is truly one of the nicest things that you can do for someone who has just been diagnosed. All items are of the highest quality and have been carefully designed and manufactured to make the cancer journey a little more bearable. And with a variety of cancer colors to choose from, this is a a thoughtful and useful gift that is sure to be appreciated!

Please note the Pink Tote for Breast Cancer has our Pink Ribbon Socks.


Giveaway #16: EduCare Handbooks

Author Judy C. Kneece, RN, OCN has donated a copy of each of her handbooks for our giveaway.  You are welcome to enter to win one or both!

To enter for Breast Cancer Treatment Handbook, CLICK HERE.

To enter for Breast Cancer Survivorship Handbook, CLICK HERE.

EduCare Inc., a dedicated breast health education company, was founded in January 1994 by Judy C. Kneece, RN, OCN. For more than 20 years, EduCare has been a leader in providing the highest quality breast health educational materials for patients and healthcare providers, along with training healthcare professionals.

Read more about the company at


Giveaway #15: $45 Gift Certificate to Dress With Ease

Dress With Ease has donated THREE $45 Gift Certificates to their store.  Adaptive clothing from Dress With Ease will be helpful for anyone who has recently had a mastectomy, lumpectomy, or sentinel node removal, or even reconstructive surgeries that make raising the arms difficult.

Visit the Dress With Ease Etsy shop here:


Our goal for DressWithEase is already in the name, to provide you or anyone you love with clothing that can be worn, well, easily. We want to be able to provide you with Adaptive Clothing that suits your needs, while also introducing different colors, patterns, and designs to keep things interesting. Please be sure to pop in our store every once in a while to check out what’s new! And if you have any ideas in mind for some Adaptive Clothing options we could possibly make for you that you feel would help you and many others like you make sure to let us know. Help us, help you.

Our Adaptive Clothing line is made special for ANYONE who struggles with anything from simply putting on a T-shirt to slipping on a dress. We have been making these clothes for two decades, and we have had the pleasure of aiding people who have either: had surgery, suffered from strokes, become bedridden, suffered from an injury, or just found putting on regular clothes by themselves to be too daunting of a task.


Giveaway #13: $50 Store Credit to Fight Apparel Designs


Fight Apparel Designs has donated $50 store credits* to two lucky winners.  Company owner, Elise Bethel, is a fellow stage four cancer fighter and survivor. (*Due to Etsy policy, the prize is a $50 store credit towards a $60 order.)

Visit Fight Apparel Designs on Etsy HERE.

Like Fight Apparel Designs on Facebook HERE.  Follow on Instagram HERE.


Fight Apparel is a JESUS loving Christian Apparel line.  We all fight something in life, whatever yours is, with The Lord on your side, you WILL win!  “The Lord will fight for you, you need only be still”  Exodus 14:14.

Fight Apparel was started as a way for owner, Elise, to share and spread God’s name and His great works through apparel that allows you to wear your faith!  Each piece of apparel is inspired by her own personal fight.  At the age of 32, Elise is fighting Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer.  While inspired by her own fight, the apparel applies to us all as in life we all fight something!


Giveaway #12: Pink Sisters Water Bottle from JonzGemz


Jamie Rivers of JonzGemz has donated this Pink Sisters Water Bottle.  The bottle itself has a pink tint and the wording is light pink with a dark pink ribbon.  This Autospout water bottle is BPA free and leak proof.  It has a spout shield and is perfect for one handed drinking.

Visit JonzGemz at

Like on Facebook JonzGemz HERE.




Giveaway #11: The Brobe


The Brobe is donated by designer and founder Allison Schickel.

As an added bonus, Ms Allison is offering 15% off to our members with the code BCSISTERS15.  Visit their website here:

Like them on Facebook HERE.  Follow on Twitter HERE and Instagram HERE.


The Recovery Brobe is the FIRST bra + Robe combination designed for post-operative wp-1490580011305.jpgbreast surgery. The unique design includes pockets inside the robe to hold post-op drains, 2 pockets on each side. It also comes with a detachable, wire free, front closure bra that has pockets inside the bra to hold ice packs and/or a prosthetic breast(s). The Recovery Brobe can be worn with, or without the Bra – it’s detachable!


“A friend of mine underwent a double mastectomy and 3 reconstructive surgeries in 2010. She explained the difficulties of finding a post-operative garment that was functional and comfortable, not to mention feminine. After she showed me what the hospital provided her, I was appalled! I hated thinking of the mothers, sisters, daughters and friends wearing that garment during an otherwise traumatic time.

 After doing my research on what would make a successful recovery garment, I contacted a local seamstress who helped me design a pattern and create several prototypes. Prototypes in hand, I met with the Executive Director and Marketing Director of a local non profit, who introduced the garment to a woman recovering from a single mastectomy. After trying on the different options, she looked up at me, tears in her eyes and said, “This makes me very sad for all of the women who have not had this in the past. You have to make twp-1490580057124.jpghese garments!”

Today the Recovery Brobe features two pockets on either side to host post-operative fluid
drains. The detachable Recovery Bra, also sold separately, features inside pockets for ice packs and/or prosthetic breast. Its Velcro front-closure makes independent dressing easier and more comfortable. The robe’s ¾” sleeves allow for easy IV access during treatment and the fabric is durable, yet luxurious for comfortable wear. It has become the FIRST bra + robe combination designed for breast cancer recovery, made to be worn before, during and after recovery. We’ve also expanded our line of recovery accessories with the Shower Belt by Brobe as well as recovery bras.