The Keep A Breast Non Toxic Revolution works with like-minded organizations, businesses, and people that share our vision to encourage youth to embrace prevention as a deterrent to breast cancer, other breast diseases, and cancers. In addition to the below partners we love working with other organizations so please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Klean Kanteen is the original, eco-friendly, BPA-free, steel water bottle. Always 18/8 stainless steel, reusable, and durable. Check out the NTR Plastic Sucks! Klean Kanteen bottle in our store at http://www.loserkids.com/category-exec/category_id/1532.
1% FOR THE PLANET
1% for the Planet is an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual revenues to environmental organizations worldwide. The Keep A Breast Non Toxic Revolution is an approved nonprofit partner of 1% for the Planet!
Volcom Inc. caters to the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding markets and features organic garments from the Volcom V.Co-Logical Series. This eco-division represents Volcom’s socially responsible attempt to sustain and protect the planet’s rapidly shrinking natural resources.
Sanuk, a ‘semi-proper footwear company’, designs creative, thoughtfully designed products for the global outdoor community and strives to be as sustainable and light on the earth as possible.
Macbeth, a Southern Californian brand of footwear, apparel and accessories including vegan and organic products is heavily influenced by music and other creative arts and has supported Keep A Breast throughout the years.
TEENS TURNING GREEN
Teens Turning Green is a national movement of youth transforming the world by working to eliminate toxic exposures that threaten our health and the environment. A recipient of a Keep A Breast grant in 2010, TTG continues to be a valued supporter of KAB and NTR.
Further information about Keep A Breast programs and sponsors can be found at http://www.keep-a-breast.org/about/
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