The Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation is one of the nation’s leading breast cancer research and education charities joining together Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation and Lynn Sage Foundation.
Since 1985, combined these organizations have raised over $40 million for breast cancer research and education advancements. Together, we can do more.
Today, 75 passionate supporters on our board work to fulfill our mission: funding research and education to prevent breast cancer and improve outcomes for individuals with breast cancer. Investments are directed locally in Chicago, but drive impact globally.
Since the beginning, when Lynn’s dear friends and family established a foundation with a vow to cure this devastating disease, until now, we are dedicated to ending breast cancer.
The Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation is honored to recognize the loyal support of our Giving Society, which assisted us in raising critical funds for research and education to prevent breast cancer and improve outcomes for individuals with breast cancer.
To learn how you can become part of the Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Giving Society, please connect with us here.
Alice B. Abt
Arrive Luxury Travel
Meta S. Berger
Bluhm Family Charitable Foundation
Arlene & Keith Bronstein and Family
Matt & Denise Gibson
Gidley Management Group
Dina & Stephen Isaacs
Margie Korshak & Corky Goodman
Kovler Family Foundation
Helen & Bernard Kozloff Family Foundation
Karen Kales Lee
Anne E. Leibowitz Fund
Margo Levin Schiff
The Malkin Family
Howard & Sandra Mandell Foundation
Carol Prins & John Hart
Nancy & Phillip Resnick
Sheli & Burton Rosenberg
Sacks Family Foundation
Linda & Dick Saslow
Alissa & Jon Shulkin
Kim & Perry Shwachman
Nita G. Soref
Jim & Kim Tharin
The Abra & Jim Wilkin Fund
Douglas S. Winter & Bonnie S. Winter Family Foundation
As a 501 c (3) corporation, Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation is dependent on generous donors like you. Contributions support local, innovative research and education programs improving outcomes for all individuals with breast cancer. Together, we can end breast cancer.