Big Pink Sightseeing is a line of Hop On/Hop Off Tour Buses that will not only delight you with many local sights and entertain you with their knowledgeable tour guides, but when you take a Big Pink Tour you will also be supporting Breast Cancer Research around the world. For every guest riding on these distinctively Pink Buses, a contribution to the local Breast Cancer Foundation will be made by the local tour operator.
Photographed on a foggy day in the port of St John, New Brunswick, Canada, in front of a Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship!
Wear Pink Wednesdays: It is a Thing. Right now, you can get this fun On Wednesdays We Wear Pink design by Kuitsuku — and TheClothingPeople.com featuring the Jigglypuff Pokemon — in a wide variety of T-Shits, Long Sleeved T-Shirts, Sweatshirts and Hoodies, just in time for the cooler weather. Prices start at just $19.95! Get Your Pink On now at This Link!
Love Park (official name: JFK Plaza) is a plaza located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The park is nicknamed Love Park for Robert Indiana’sLove sculpture which overlooks the plaza. The Love Park fountain is often dyed colors throughout the year to commemorate or celebrate events. Here is has been dyed Pink as the kickoff for Breast Cancer Awareness Month (annually in October).
Atalie’s Hope will host its second annual gala, Thursday June 26, 2014 in New Hyde Park, NY. Cost is $150.00 per person and all proceeds will go towards the foundation. Atalie’s Hope was founded in honor of Atalie Bernic, a young mother who lost her battle against triple negative breast cancer when she was 39 years old. She is survived by her daughter Julia, age 9, who inspired the formation of this organization.
Attention Fans of the Color Pink Everywhere, yes, it’s true: June 23rd is National Pink Day! These days, Pink has come to be associated with several social causes such as the Anti-Bullying campaign (very important) and of course, Breast Cancer Awareness. But there is nothing wrong with just taking a day out to celebrate the color Pink, which just makes everything brighter and more fun. Pink Power!
Christine “Chrissy” Amphlett, best known as the audacious lead vocalist of the Australian rock band Divinyls passed away on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at her home in NYC after a battle with Breast cancer and multiple sclerosis. She was 53 years old. Favorite Divinyls Song: “All The Boys In Town.” RIP Chrissy.