MCKINNEY, TX, October 1, 2016 – In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Nature Nate's® Raw & Unfiltered Honey has partnered with National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to support their programs like patient navigation, which guides patients through and around barriers in the complex cancer care system.
“Our own Nature Nate’s family has been impacted directly and indirectly by the breast cancer health crisis,” said Nathan Sheets, President and founder, Nature Nate’s. “NBCF supports those facing breast cancer in our own families, in our communities and around our nation. Their mission and hard work mirrors our own commitment to help families in need. Working together, we can bring hope, help and heart to others.”
As part of their commitment to support those in need and help families lead healthy and abundant lives, Nature Nate’s unveiled the new partnership with the first annual Honey Gives Hope event, at the Nature Nate’s Farm in McKinney, Texas. Nature Nate’s and NBCF teams worked side-by-side to assemble 100 HOPE Kits for patients currently undergoing treatment.
HOPE Kits were made up of special items including, Nature Nate’s honey packets, unscented lotion, World’s Softest Socks, ginger tea, “Hope is Stronger Than Fear” bracelet, Beyond the Shock® brochure, and a HOPE Kit card – all designed to bring joy and hope to women undergoing breast cancer treatment.
As part of the NBCF-Nature Nate’s partnership, Nature Nate’s will unveil #honeygiveshope, a campaign to raise awareness and support those facing breast cancer. Via honeygiveshope.com and the Nature Nate’s social media channels, #honeygiveshope will encourage others to share their stories of hope. The campaign will also offer simple pink recipes throughout the month of October, all inspired by NBCF.
“Through initiatives like our HOPE Kits and Nature Nate’s Honey Gives Hope campaign, our mission is supported to provide help and inspire hope,” said Camilla Payne, Vice President of Marketing, National Breast Cancer Foundation. “With the welcome support of Nature Nate’s, our programs will continue to grow and serve women and families facing breast cancer.”
About National Breast Cancer Foundation Patient Navigator Program
The Patient Navigator Program serves as a concierge to guide underserved women through any obstacles they may face when trying to receive treatment. It is comprised of people who work with these women to:
Help address cancer health disparities by guiding patients through and around barriers in the complex cancer care system.
Help patients overcome the barriers of cost, fear and misinformation, to ensure timely diagnosis and treatment.
Provide the vision and critical support that gives women hope.
Read more about NBCF’s Patient Navigator Program, here.
To share your story of hope, please visit honeygiveshope.com, and to learn more about how you can help women now, please visit http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-support.
About Nature Nate’s
Since 1972, Nature Nate’s has been dedicated to offering honey as nature intended – 100% Pure, Raw & Unfiltered. Arriving in its most natural form, this honey is closest to its original provision from the hive. Nature Nate’s adheres to strict quality-control standards, sourcing honey from trusted beekeepers and minimally processing it to ensure the honey retains all its natural benefits. Nature Nate’s promises an undivided commitment to providing the highest quality product to you and your family’s dining table – a farmer’s market quality honey, available year-round. For more information, visit: www.naturenates.com
About National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.®
Recognized as one of the leading breast cancer organizations in the world, National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Helping Women Now® by providing early detection, education and support services to those affected by breast cancer. A recipient of Charity Navigator’s highest 4-star rating for twelve years, NBCF provides support through their National Mammography Program, Patient Navigation, Beyond The Shock®, breast health education, and research programs. For more information, please visit www.nbcf.org.