Tadashi Shoji is currently offering a special promo with proceeds going to Breast Cancer Research
Now – Thu, Oct 31
To help raise funds for such a worthy cause, Tadashi Shoji has created an exclusive wristlet (a clutch purse with wrist strap) in support of the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. The wristlet’s pink leather exterior pays tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month's universally recognized color palette.
Beginning October 1st, 2019 the limited-edition wristlet will go on sale through the end of October with 20% of the proceeds going directly to SWCRF to help fund their cancer research.
“This year, I stand proudly with my friends at SWCRF in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I will donate 20% of the total amount raised from the purchase of the wristlet to finding a cure for cancer” - Tadashi Shoji.
“Tadashi Shoji initiated the ‘Pay it Forward’ event six years ago and has been a longtime friend of the SWCRF. He is an important partner in our efforts to fund the cutting-edge cancer research that is deepening scientific knowledge of this devastating disease. We are grateful for his continued generosity and to everyone who purchases the exclusively designed ‘Pay it Forward’ wristlet” – Samuel Waxman, MD, SWCRF Founder and CEO.About the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation
The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to curing and preventing cancer. The Foundation is a pioneer in cancer research and its mission is to eradicate cancer by funding cutting-edge research that identifies and corrects abnormal gene function that causes cancer. This research is the basis for developing minimally toxic treatments for patients. Through the Foundation’s collaborative group of world-class scientists, the Institute Without Walls, investigators share information and tools to speed the pace of cancer research.
Since its inception in 1976, the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation has awarded over $100 million to support the work of more than 200 researchers across the globe. For more information, visit: www.waxmancancer.org