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No one fights this battle alone. Our work requires collaboration, partnership, shared resources and consistent action, where we can share knowledge and hold each other accountable towards this critical goal of eradicating Black Breast Cancer. You becoming an ally of TouchBBCA will make us all the more powerful. We welcome all breasties, caretakers, supporters, families, HCPs, and allies impacted by Black Breast Cancer. We’re stronger together. If you need anything, or just want to talk, please reach out to us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- at the Community sign up
- at the Booklets and Brochures By Mail request page
- at the subscription point for the touchbbca.org email updates
- at the online credit card acceptance form
- when you contact touchbbca.org by email, either to ask questions or to submit your ideas or suggestions
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- To operate and provide the services you have requested; for example, if you sign up for our Community and elect to make your email address available to us, we may send you an email regarding Community changes or questions about your Discussion Board postings.
- NOTE: Users should be aware that choosing a username that allows personal identification, or disclosing personally identifiable information when posting messages to the Discussion Boards makes the information submitted public. Such disclosure may increase the chance of receiving "spam" or unsolicited email.
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- To fulfill and provide updates about our services and your respective orders; for example, if you provide your email address in connection with an order, we may send you email confirmation of your order.
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- To send you updates with respect to our site, products, or services.
- To perform contractual obligations and operate and manage the services offered to you; for example, if you purchase a product or other service, we may use the credit card information you provide to bill you for the product or service you have requested.
- To process and solicit donations or other contributions to touchbbca.org; for example, we may use the information you provide to process the transaction. We may also mail you updates on our programs and support offerings. You may also receive future solicitations for donations to support these programs and offerings.
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