Breast Cancer Alliance raises money to provide four types of annual grants:
We invite clinical doctors and research scientists whose primary focus is breast cancer research to apply for either the Exceptional Project or Young Investigator research grants.
We invite Society of Surgical Oncology-accredited institutions in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to apply for breast surgical fellowship grants as long as their program has been in place for a minimum of two years.
We invite directors whose programs offer breast cancer services to underserved patients to apply for an Education and Outreach Grant.
We do not solicit grant applications or restrict any breast cancer research topics from consideration.
Watch this beautiful message expressing 25 years of gratitude to Breast Cancer Alliance from multi-grant award recipient, Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Breast cancer vaccines have advanced to clinical trials. This invaluable work is being driven by 2020 Exceptional Project grantee, Dr. Nora (Mary) Disis at University of Washington and the Cancer Vaccine Institute. Listen to her special thank you for BCA's role in this life-saving work here.
DR. ANTHONY KOLESKE
YALE UNIVERSITY, GRANT RECIPIENT AND MEMBER OF THE EXTERNAL REVIEW COMMITTEE FOR RESEARCH
I have had the privilege to serve on the Scientific Review Board for Breast Cancer Alliance for the past 8 years. In reviewing proposals, I have been witness to some of the most creative and transformative new ideas in basic and translational breast cancer research. Many of these ideas are so new that the researchers do not have sufficient data to compete for larger grants from the National Cancer Institute, Komen Foundation or American Cancer Society. The support of Breast Cancer Alliance is absolutely crucial to get this work off the ground…The Breast Cancer Alliance is a vital catalyst, enabling some of the world’s greatest scientists to take creative new approaches to understand the basic biology of breast cancer and to translate these findings into new treatments.
Breast Cancer Alliance funding is creating opportunities for my lab to engage in higher-risk projects and to interact with a broad range of experts. The importance of this collaborative team in science cannot be overstated.
STAMFORD HOSPITAL, STAMFORD, CT
Breast Cancer Alliance’s support has enabled us to make a significant impact in reaching women in need of financial assistance and would not otherwise be screened. Thank you doesn’t come close to how appreciative we are for your continued support.
REBECCA FISHMAN, MD
RUTGERS CANCER INSTITUTE OF NEW JERSEY
My fellowship, funded by the generosity of Breast Cancer Alliance, has prepared me well and I am confident that I have achieved the skill set and knowledge needed to become an outstanding breast surgeon.
WHO IS BREAST CANCER ALLIANCE?
Learn about the work of Breast Cancer Alliance from some of those whose lives have been directly impacted by its mission.
BREAST CANCER ALLIANCE: HOW IT ALL BEGAN
To learn how BCA started, listen to the voices of those first involved.
BCA PINK GLOVE VIDEO
Feel like dancing? Enjoy this pink glove video!
BCA AT 20
A milestone: 20 years of Breast Cancer Alliance
BCA VIRTUAL BENEFIT 2020
Celebrate with Breast Cancer Alliance at our first-ever Virtual Luncheon & Fashion Show
BCA MEDICAL SYMPOSIA
What You Need to Know About Male Breast Cancer is an important conversation about a lesser known side of this disease. Panelists include Dr. Elisa Port, Dr. Steve Lo and three male breast cancer survivors sharing their personal journeys.
Advances in Pain Management discusses non-opiod pain treatments. Presented in partnership with National Spine Health Foundation, Focused Ultrasound Foundation, Theraplant and Bluerock Care. Sponsored by Daiichi Sankyo and moderated by Dr. Natalie Azar, contributor, NBC News.
The Importance of Genetic Screening with Emily Goldberg, genetic counselor, JScreen, Dr. Rich Zelkowitz, oncologist, Hartford Healthcare and PBCS NewsHour producer, Ali Rogin, author of Beat Breast Cancer Like a Boss
Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2020 confronts challenges presented by COVID-19, advances in treatment, diet, stress, lifestyle management, and more. Moderated by Judy Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor, PBS NewsHour.
Poignant and inspirational stories shared between women who have all faced breast cancer diagnoses.