Our Partnership with
Keep A Breast
We're proud to partner with an organization that holds a special place in our hearts as our co-founder, Amelia, is a breast cancer survivor. It’s also our mission to inspire others to have a healthy body, sharp mind, and bold spirit. Together, we help fight the battle against breast cancer.
A percentage of net proceeds from the October sales of our Sunny Uplift MacroBar goes towards supporting the Keep A Breast Foundation as they educate and empower young people with breast health education and support. These projects include:
The Keep A Breast App
Users can schedule self-checks through the free app as well get connected to telehealth medical professionals if they have any concerns. Establishing what is "normal" is crucial for people to know their bodies and create awareness when something is wrong.
Non Toxic Revolution
Informs, educates, and inspires young people about the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply — especially those linked to the initiation of breast cancer.
Treasured Chest Program
Gives anyone diagnosed with breast cancer or testing positive with gene mutations an opportunity to document their body and feelings by turning their casted torso into a beautiful work of art. These unique pieces are one-of-a-kind plaster forms that combine sculpture, creativity, and artistry. They communicate complex emotions about breast health and the body, allowing the castee to capture a specific point in their life.
With each purchase of a Sunny Uplift MacroBar, you help support breast cancer prevention and education.
Making Positive Change
The Keep A Breast Foundation continues to spread breast health awareness and support around the world. Here’s a sample of their remarkable achievements:
Established KAB Give Back Grants to support BIPOC breast cancer survivors
Launched Keep A Breast self-check app
Supports the Fit 4 Prevention national awareness campaign
Provided online education and self-care resources for thousands during pandemic
Continues breast cancer awareness and prevention in the Republic of Congo
Distributed over 38,000 Check Yourself cards in 2020
Formed Keep A Breast Nashville Collection, displaying 80+ casts of local artists and survivors
About Keep A Breast
The Keep A Breast Foundation empowers young people worldwide with breast health education and support. Keep A Breast promotes breast health awareness by approaching the topic in a manner young people can connect with and understand. When a friend of Founder Shaney jo Darden was diagnosed with breast cancer, she looked to raise awareness of breast cancer's physical and emotional challenges. She realized that the youthful arts community created a natural breeding ground for awareness and communication. However, awareness was not enough. In 2005, the Keep A Breast Foundation was officially born.
Today, the organization is a new nonprofit model demonstrating that young people are articulate, critical, and ready to establish their identities through meaningful action. Keep A Breast also promotes healthier living through the Non Toxic Revolution which teaches people the importance of consuming food and using products free of toxic chemicals.