About Us

About The Exhibit

67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania is a traveling photo exhibit hosted by communities across PA. This educational work of art celebrates the life, courage, hope and dignity of women and families who have battled breast cancer.

This touching tribute showcases at least one woman from each of the state’s 67 counties and serves as a unique reminder of the emotional and physical toll breast cancer takes on each woman and her family. The exhibit encourages women to learn about and practice early detection through yearly mammograms, monthly breast self-exams, and annual clinical exams. More than 103,000 women and their families are living with breast cancer in the Commonwealth. Since 1994, the exhibit has been hosted by over 100 communities and reached millions of Pennsylvanians through the extensive media coverage it attracts.  If you would like to host the photo exhibit in your area, click here to fill out a request form.







About the PBCC

The PA Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC) was formed in 1993 by a dedicated, active and effective group of breast cancer survivors who had one common mission: to find a cure for breast cancer. Every program, event and campaign is carried out with that goal in mind. Today, we are the source of action and information for Pennsylvania women with breast cancer and their families.  The PBCC is a statewide organization based in Lebanon, Lebanon County, with a board of directors, a staff of eight and a network of volunteers across the state. The PBCC exists to help the 12,000 women in Pennsylvania who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, to support the families of the 2,200 women who will lose that battle and to serve as a resource for the hundreds of thousands more women currently living with the disease. We accomplish this through statewide educational programming, legislative advocacy and breast cancer research grants.

Help us on our mission of finding a cure now…so our daughters won’t have to.

For more about the PBCC, visit PABreastCancer.org or click here for our FAQs.