For the third consecutive year, Rastaclat and Keep A Breast announced the release of a Breast Cancer Awareness collection that is available worldwide today. The collection includes four different Rastaclat bracelets for men and women that have been decorated to be aesthetically suitable for everyday wear with accents inspired by The Keep A Breast Foundation. One dollar from each bracelet sold will be donated directly to The Keep A Breast Foundation. Check out the Breast Cancer Awareness month collection here.

“Keep A Breast has been an amazing partner to work with over the last three years. Our collective mission with this project is to bring awareness and share the value of preventative measures, early detection, empowerment and education about Breast Cancer to everyone,” stated Daniel Kasidi, founder of Rastaclat. “Success is measured in knowing that we could potentially save one life simply through bringing awareness and access to early detection education.”

“This partnership is so important to us because Rastaclat goes the extra mile to truly educate every consumer about the importance of breast health and early detection,” stated Shaney Jo Darden, founder of Keep A Breast. “Every dollar raised from this collaboration directly supports our Check Yourself app, which gives women all over the world free access to prevention education.”

The men’s and women’s collection include four different Rastaclat bracelet designs decorated to be aesthetically suitable for everyday wear with the accents inspired by Keep A Breast Foundation. Also, Keep A Breast created an iPhone and Android compatible app aiming to educate young women about the importance of regular breast self-checks and its timing. The phone app offers monthly reminders to conduct a breast self-check at the same time every month, at the recommended time, right after a monthly cycle. The Rastaclat Keep A Breast packaging also includes a QR code that directs mobile users to access the Keep A Breast App.

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