Pink Lemonade Project is a not-for-profit committed to serving people facing a breast cancer diagnosis. We invite you to make a donation which could fund one or more of our hallmark programs and services to educate, empower, and support those individuals and families affected by breast cancer in SW Washington and Oregon.

Pink Lemonade Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit | Tax ID #37-1699288

Monthly or
One-Time Donation
Financial Assistance: Pink Practicalities, Treatment Access Program (Toni Mountain Fund), and Holiday Glow
Pink Recycling Cart

$10,000 Financial Assistance Programs. Pink Practicalities, Treatment Access Program and Holiday Glow provide financial assistance for patients/families experiencing hardship during treatment and recovery.
Assistance could include rent, food, utilities, supplements, wigs, transportation, lodging and more.

$5,000 Revive Retreats. The earliest program of Pink Lemonade Project, retreats are led by oncology social workers who provide guidance and counseling to couples/
individuals/patients with breast cancer in a calming, relaxing atmosphere. The weekends offer reflection on the impact of cancer, time to experience renewal and share encouragement.

$2,500 Metastatic Breast Cancer Dinner Series. A new program, the dinner series is a quarterly program for those living with advanced breast cancer. These dinner events include topics (latest in research, treatment, nutrition and symptom management, and more) with local health experts and offer a chance to connect with others who share a similar diagnosis.

$1,000 Pink Peers. Pink Peers is a one-on-one mentorship program. Mentors are breast cancer survivors trained by oncology social workers to provide support to breast cancer patients. By building
nurturing relationships, mentors share encouragement,
experience and knowledge with patients along their journey.

$500 Support Groups. Zest, Limoncello, and Groupo de Apoyo: Cáncer de mama are three monthly support groups for patients in treatment or recovery. Patients can talk with and learn from others who are facing similar experiences in a safe, welcoming environment. Oncology social workers facilitate conversations about physical/emotional issues, treatment side effects, and general coping strategies.

$250 Pink Link Education Events. A program that provides educational discussions with experts (health/wellness topics, workplace subjects, medical topics, etc.) and fitness meetups (walks and yoga) for patients during treatment, recovery and beyond.

$100 Jill’s Book Bank.  The bank includes a curated collection of books for children, families and adults on ways to discuss a breast cancer
diagnosis. The books inspire an opportunity to ask questions and share feelings about what it means to have breast cancer.

Legacy Giving

Did you know that there are several options for providing an ongoing investment in the Pink Lemonade Project? We would be happy to help you consider making a planned gift to support our mission and the important work of assisting those affected by breast cancer. Planned giving options include bequests (including stock transfers), annuities, and/or trusts.

If you are interested in learning more about how to make a charitable gift to Pink Lemonade Project as part of your financial or estate planning, please contact Susan Stearns at or calling 360-952-3814 ext 2.

Community Fundraisers

Pink Lemonade Project is lucky to have individuals who set up their own fundraisers to help raise money for Pink Lemonade Project and the people we serve. Called third-party fundraisers, these events may occur during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month but not always. Contact us if you want to hold an event or fundraiser on our behalf. We likely have some swag to share or can provide you with material about our organization and cause.

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