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Welcome to the Solano Midnight Sun Breast Cancer Foundation (SMSF).  Our mission is to provide assistance and resources to men and women in our local community affected by breast cancer.  We offer temporary financial assistance to women who have experienced a financial hardship during their cancer treatments and need help paying for basic living expenses.  SMSF also promotes breast health and early detection, providing mammogram sponsorships to under-insured women.

We are in the business of saving lives, one patient at a time.

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OCTOBER WAS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH!

  • The Pink Patch Project – Donations through October 31, 2018 through patch sales are $1,700.00!  Thank you, Benicia PD!
  • NorthBay Health Spring Fitness Promotion –  $175 was donated to our organization for this promotion.  Thank you, NorthBay!

Other organizations and businesses held special events during the month of October to benefit the Solano Midnight Sun Foundation.We’ll give a shout out as soon as we have results!

    • Iron Steed – Harley Davidson
    • Circle D Horsemen’s Association
    • Vitus Wines
    • Genentech Corporation
    • Recology Vacaville

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    Creating the Ribbon of Hope – Design by John Thornton

    Thornton and Sons Jewelers have been one of the longest supporters of Midnight Sun Breast Cancer Foundation. Their highly anticipated signature pieces have been the mainstay of the raffle portion of our annual fund raising event – Under The Valley Moon.

    This year, we are raffling off the newest piece (pictured above and below), designed and created by Master Jeweler John Thornton.  During the month of October, tickets are available for $20.00 each at the store in Vacaville, 1661 E. Monte Vista Ave.  The lucky winner will be drawn on November 1.

    Ribbon of Hope pendant

    We are grateful for their support and excited to see who will be the lucky winner of this stunning pendant, a symbol of our commitment to helping women in our community affected by breast cancer.

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