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    No.101: AnaOno is More Than a Bra

    AnaOno is committed to being an impactful part of women's health, especially the breast cancer community. That's why we align and support one another who share in our vision. We align with a number of organizations who are help breast cancer patients to feel Never Alone.

    We partner with Pink Warrior Advocates to provide bras to those in need. Pink Warrior Advocates is a non-profit that directly assists those afflicted by breast cancer by helping cover financial burdens such as medical bills, mortgage payments, and other living expenses. We know breast cancer is expensive, we can help by providing mastectomy bras to those in need. Learn more here.

    For the past four years, AnaOno has been featured at New York Fashion Week alongside #Cancerland and has helped to raise over $350k for METAvivor.org to fund Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer Research. Each year our efforts are focused on highlighting new conversations within the breast cancer community. In 2020, the fashion show was titled #fearLESS, and we worked to bridge the gap between early-stagers and late-stagers, hoping to remove some of the fear, shame, or judgment someone might feel based on their level of education or experience with advocacy within the breast cancer world. Read our blog post here

    Living Beyond Breast Cancer is our trusted partner for those affected by breast cancer needing additional resources, education, and a community support. LBBC is a national non-profit that provides trusted information and a community of support to those diagnosed with breast cancer. Due to LBBC’s generous face mask donation, we were able to provide 500 complimentary face masks to our customers and return the favor by donating 10% of the proceeds back to Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Visit their website or donate here.

    The Breasties are a community of support for individuals affected by breast and reproductive cancers. The Breasties was founded as a space of support for young women battling breast cancer who need a community of other young women who face the same struggles. We are a proud sponsor of events and wellness retreats. Learn more.

    Dana Donofree

    Dana Donofree

    Founder and CEO of AnaOno. After a diagnosis of breast cancer in her late 20’s, Dana took her own lived experience and fashion design background and (re)designed intimates for those that have undergone breast surgery. Dana’s story has been published around the world in outlets like New York Times, BBC, Huffington Post, The Today Show, and more.