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From 9/26–10/31/2016, enroll in the program by charging a $15 fee on your Bloomingdale's Credit Card***—100% of which will fund research, support and awareness programs at these three organizations:

the Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF), The Carey Foundation and the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation. Then, shop to your heart's content, even for cosmetics and fragrances, on your Bloomingdale's Credit Card.

Don't have a Bloomingdale's Credit Card?*** APPLY NOW

Based on the amount you spend at Bloomingdale's and, you'll be mailed a Give Pink, Get More Card worth up to $250, just in time for holiday shopping in early December. You can use it at any Bloomingdale's store and**

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We asked our Bloomingdale's family how they would describe themselves after battling breast cancer. Here's what they had to say.



The renowned artist, known for his whimsical drawings and celebrated Instagram account (@drawbertson), designed an exclusive sweatshirt in support of BCRF.

Donald also
designed our Give
Pink, Get More
and shopping bag
for this year's

Over the past 12 years, Bloomingdale's–with the help of your generous donations–has contributed more than $10 million to the fight against breast cancer. Through our Give Pink, Get More program, we have supported the work and research of five doctors through a grant to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation®, while funding projects through The Carey Foundation (and its Tutu Project) as well as the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation (and her iconic Cancer Vixen Fund).

If you have not already enrolled in Give Pink, Get More, I encourage you to do so. By enrolling in store or online, you enable a donation to the charities mentioned above while also receiving a card to use for holiday shopping.

So, Give Pink, Get More and help us in our fight to eradicate breast cancer. Together we can make a difference.

I wish you and your family a healthy and happy autumn and holiday season.

Last year, thanks to our Pink campaign—and your support—Bloomingdale’s donated over
$1.6 million to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation®, The Carey Foundation and the Marisa Acocella
Marchetto Foundation
. We are proud to continue supporting their exciting new initiatives.

The mission of The Carey Foundation is to raise funds for women, men and their families to ease the financial burdens that come with a breast cancer diagnosis.

The foundation provides partnership opportunities to non-profit organizations that share their vision for an empowered breast cancer community. The Tutu Project* grant application process releases grants twice a year and is designed to create lasting bonds between their initiative and like-minded organizations. 2016 partners include Jill’s Wish Foundation, Strings for a Cure, Cleaning for a Reason, Cancerland, Yoga for Cancer, CancerCare, For3Sisters, SeymourPink and The Breast Cancer Fundraiser.

*The Tutu Project™ is a campaign of The Carey Foundation, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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In 2014, the foundation launched the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Empowerment Program, offering free holistic care, healthy cooking, exercise, chi gong, yoga, creative writing and more to the patients of Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Comprehensive Cancer Center (MSBICCC). The foundation also funds cold capping services—an innovative procedure that minimizes hair loss caused by chemotherapy—to patients at MSBICCC and the Dubin Center at Mt. Sinai.

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    Five BCRF researchers. One goal: breast cancer prevention and treatment. Here’s an update on their pivotal research.

  • Andrew J. Dannenberg,

    Director of Cancer Prevention at New York Presbyterian Hospital–Cornell and Henry R. Erle, M.D.–Roberts Family Professor of Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY
    • Dr. Dannenberg and his group were the first to demonstrate a correlation between obesity, breast inflammation and molecular changes that have been linked to the development and progression of breast cancer.
    • His team is working to understand the mechanisms by which obesity-related inflammation impacts breast cancer, and to develop a simple blood test to determine if a woman has an increased risk of developing the disease.
  • Joan S. Brugge, Ph.D.

    Louise Foote Pfeiffer Professor of Cell Biology and Co-Director of the Ludwig Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
    • Dr. Brugge has devised a way to track millions of individual tumor cells to see which are more aggressive and resistant to treatment, and why targeted therapies don’t always work.
    • In the coming year, her studies will focus on enhancing our understanding of the variability in drug sensitivity for triple negative breast tumors while identifying more effective combination therapies for this disease.
  • Titia de Lange, Ph.D.

    Head of the Laboratory of Cell Biology and Genetics, Leon Hess Professor and Director of Anderson Center for Cancer Research at The Rockefeller University, New York, NY
    • Dr. de Lange’s research is focused on the BRCA1 gene, linked to an increased risk of breast and ovarian cancers, and the associated proteins required to repair DNA damage.
    • In the last year, her team has gained new insights on how protein inhibitors could lead to new combination therapies for more effective treatment of BRCA1-related breast cancers.
  • Michael F. Press,
    M.D., Ph.D.

    Director of Breast Cancer Analysis Lab and Professor of Pathology at Keck School of Medicine, and Harold E. Lee Chair in Cancer Research at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
    • Dr. Press’ laboratory evaluates prognostic and predictive markers used in making treatment decisions for women with breast cancer.
    • His research focuses on estrogen levels in relation to breast cancer and in the next year, he will focus on re-assessing how HER2 status is measured in breast cancer and how overexpression of HER2 and other signaling proteins may affect resistance to therapies.
  • Marc E. Lippman,
    M.D., M.A.C.P.

    Kathleen and Stanley Glaser Professor and Deputy Director, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
    • The goal of Dr. Lippman’s research is to better understand how tumor cells and host cells interact to promote breast cancer metastasis.
    • In the next year, his research will focus on understanding how the communication between breast cancer cells and non-cancer cells of the breast tumor microenvironment contributes to tumor progression and metastasis.

From gorgeous rosy shades to scents and skin care in limited-edition packaging, here are some of our favorite beauty products that raise money for BCRF.




Join us for a morning yoga class before our stores open. Plus, take home a Bloomingdale’s yoga mat and Pink gift bag* just for attending. Your $10 reservation fee will benefit The Carey Foundation and the Marisa Acocella Marchetto Foundation.


Now through Monday, October 31


with Le Mystère & Breast Oasis

Donate your gently used bra to Breast Oasis at one of our stores* and take 15% off a regular-price Le Mystère purchase during the month of October.

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