"What Does Mother’s Day Mean to You?"

On this special day, we honor the women in our lives. Mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters and friends have all played a special part in our lives. Some of these women have been personally impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis and others have been caretakers and support systems for those touched by it.

DBCC would like to celebrate all women with our “What Mother’s Day Means to Me” campaign. You can submit a photo of you and a special woman (or women) in your life (mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, friend, mentor, etc.) along with a short testimonial as to why they are important to you. We will post the photos in the photo album below.

Be sure to include your name, hometown, who is in the photo with you, and why they are important to you. Submit a photo by posting it directly on our Facebook page or sending it to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

DBCC reserves the right to choose which photos will be uploaded to the website. There is no guarantee that all photos will be used in the campaign.