Breast Cancer Fundraising
You can raise money on Razoo to support those fighting breast cancer.
- Anyone can start raising money in minutes
- Helps you reach and expand your social giving network
- Secure & reliable receipting, processing, and reporting
Now anyone can raise money for any nonprofit or qualified organization. All you need is a good cause and access to the Internet. We provide the rest! Many ordinary individuals are already on the cutting edge of fundraising. They’re using Razoo to serve as the “online hub” for their fundraising campaigns.
Raising money for a cure for breast cancer is inspiring on Razoo!
Create Your Own Fundraiser
Raising money doesn’t have to be scary. Razoo makes it easy for you and your donors to rally around a cause. But don’t take our word for it - discover the Razoo experience for yourself!
Featured Breast Cancer Fundraisers
Need a few ideas before you begin? See how others have raised
money for a cure for breast cancer on Razoo.
Bill's Tough Mudder Obstacle Course
Amount Raised: $900
A Tough Mudder is a grueling obstacle course - and Bill Bressette entered in honor of everyone who has been through the more difficult challenge of chemotherapy. The money he raised went to Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.
Celebrating 16 Years of being Cancer Free
Amount Raised: $150
Wesley Gee honored his mom, who has been cancer free for sixteen years. The money he raised went to Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation.
Painting Justin's Car Pink
Amount Raised: $535
Justin Werdberg is eager to help women fight breast cancer, so he's raising money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. He'll do anything to reach his goal - including paint his car pink!
U.S. Representative to Dye Hair Pink
Amount Raised: $1,700
Representative Scott Boyd is raising money for Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition, and he'll dye his hair pink when he reaches his goal!
Boys Join "Real Men Wear Pink" Campaign
Amount Raised: $85
You're never too young to wear pink! Chad and Eric are raising money to help women fight cancer. The money they've raised will go to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.