Solano Midnight Sun

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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Current Opportunities

    • October Breast Cancer Awareness Event!Breast Fundraiser Ever!Join us for a little wine, food, and music; hear from those we help and those we work with to provide that help, and become involved in our mission!

      We’ll be at at Mangel’s Vineyards tasting room, 4529 Suisun Valley Road in Fairfield on October 14, 2022 from 6-8 pm.  Tickets are $100 per person, available online by CLICKING HERE!

Ongoing fundraisers all year long!

      • Sunset Cellars La Ta Tas red blend wine sales
        Stop by the Suisun Valley Wine Co-op on Suisun Valley Road!  20% of each bottle purchased is donated to SMSBCF
      • See the Winter 2021 Recology newsletter for details.  Rent a PINK TOTER, show your support, andhelp to TRASH Cancer!

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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, you do not need to be present at the event to win the jewelry (though it is a lot of fun, and we’d love to see you there!) Tickets are $25 each or 5 for $100, and you can purchase them here.

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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