National Breast Cancer Coalition

Leadership Resources

Following are resources to help you lead the mission of Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® in your community.

Blueprint for Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®
We are doing more than just setting a deadline. We have a plan of action to get to Jan. 1, 2020, with
new collaborations and catalytic approaches to solve overarching challenges in breast cancer.

2015 Breast Cancer Facts and Figures
Warning: The truth about breast cancer may surprise you. And it should motivate you.

Strategies for Mobilizing Communities for Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®
All those diagnosed with breast cancer, those at risk, and all who care about them, must join a revolutionary activist movement to build support and momentum with the goal of ending breast cancer. Act on these strategies to help mobilize communities.

Mobilize for Organization and Public Offical Endorsements
Growing the number of endorsements from organizations and elected and appointed public officials is an important and powerful way to help build the groundswell of community support for Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®. Endorsements bring credibility and added exposure about our vitally important initiative. Endorsement outreach also provides opportunities to change the conversation about breast cancer in the community.
 
Organizational Endorsement Form (printable version)
NBCC wants to show the country, and the world, the breadth and diversity of the breast cancer advocacy community that stands behind Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®. We need you to recruit organizations in your community to join our growing list of organizations that have officially endorsed Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®.

Public Official Endorsement Form (printable version)
Just as we want to show the country and world the breadth and diversity of organizations that have officially endorsed Breast Cancer Deadline 2020®, we also want to show that public officials stand behind our movement. Ask your local elected officials to join the voices saying, “I stand behind Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® and knowing how to end breast cancer by January 1, 2020.”

Researcher Endorsement Form (printable version)
To reinject the sense of urgency into the mission of ending breast cancer, we must change our approach to breast cancer research and focus on work that will specifically reduce mortality. We're asking researchers to join the voices saying, "I stand behind Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® and knowing how to end breast cancer by January 1, 2020.”

Video Resources

Who is the National Breast Cancer Coalition?

2015 Breast Cancer Risk Factors

2015 Breast Cancer Incidence

2015 Breast Cancer Screening and Treatment

2015 Breast Cancer Racial Disparities

2015 Breast Cancer Mortality