Making a Difference
Our charitable program embraces both the future and the present. We donate to organizations that fund the game-changing research aimed at making breast cancer a thing of the past, as well as those devoted to improving the patient’s breast cancer experience.
How We Give
Our Charitable Partners
Breast Cancer Research
Besides helping women with breast cancer, we are also looking forward to celebrating the day that marks the end of breast cancer. That can only happen through investing in research. So we’ve partnered with BCRF to help fund their cutting-edge, life-saving work. Founded by Evelyn H. Lauder in 1993, BCRF funds researchers who have been deeply involved in every breakthrough in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
- The highest-rated breast cancer research organization in the U.S.
- Currently funds over 255 researchers in 14 countries
- Established the Evelyn H. Lauder Founder’s Fund, an international program to unravel the biology of metastasis
- 10-20% of sales from an exclusive collection of products on Stage will benefit BCRF. Shop Now
Stage donates 5% of our annual net proceeds to the following organizations:
The Chick Mission
A national organization founded in 2017 by three-time cancer warrior Amanda Rice and led by Executive Director Tracy Weiss, The Chick Mission helps ensure that every young woman who is newly diagnosed with cancer has the option to preserve her fertility through financial support, educational programs and advocacy.
- Successfully drove legislative changes in 11 states requiring insurance coverage for patient fertility treatment costs
- Helped 195 women preserve their fertility
- Saved patients and their families up to $20K in expenses for a total of $2.6 million
Unite for HER
When Unite for HER founder Sue Weldon was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004, she found a serious lack of information on topics like nutrition, yoga, acupuncture, reiki, professional counseling and more. So in 2009, she made it her mission to bridge that gap for breast and ovarian cancer patients in the U.S.
- Provides $2,000 of integrative therapies and services at no personal cost to each patient
- Treated over 10,000 women and distributed 75,000 integrated therapies
- Distributed 4,000 nourishing, organic meals to patients (in partnership with Sun Basket)
Expect Miracles Foundation
Cancer isn’t free — and the costs of care can be incredibly destabilizing, especially for young adults. So, in 2003, Samantha Watson, a two-time young adult cancer survivor, founded The Samfund, now a marquee program of Expect Miracles Foundation, to focus on providing direct financial support for young adult cancer survivors.
- Awarded over $3 million in grants to young adult survivors
- Offered 500 grants to date, with an average grant of $1,600
- Granted awards in 45 states