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Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund
The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund is committed to battling breast cancer by supporting both new and established researchers, according to the organization. 631-444-4300, findacure.org

Breast Cancer Help, Inc.
Since its inception, Breast Cancer Help has taken a multlipronged approach to combating breast cancer on Long Island, according to the organization. 745-520-3075, breastcancerhelpinc.org

Huntington Breast Cancer Action Coalition
HBCAC is a “not-for-profit grass-roots organization dedicated to the ultimate eradication of breast cancer through education and awareness,” said the HBCAC website. “Our mission is to focus on prevention methods while actively helping those who are facedwith a positive diagnosis.” 631-547-1518, hbcac.org 

A World of Pink (AWOP)
This nonprofit is a health facility dedicated to providing comprehensive aftercare and education for all women who have chosen or due to health reasons undergo breast surgery. 516-513-1275, 631-364-9684, aworldofpink.com

Islip Breast Cancer Coalition
The coalition is an independent, grass-roots, not-for-profit organization of volunteers whose goal is to serve as a community resource for Town of Islip residents confronted with breast cancer and other women’s cancers. 631-968-7424, islipbreastcancer.com

Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer (MWCABC)
This group’s mission is to fund innovative research, increase awareness through education, and provide support services to those with breast cancer and related diseases. 516-627-2410, manhassetbreastcancer.org

West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition for Long Island, Inc. (WIBCC)
The coalition’s mission is to provide support services to women undergoing treatment and requiring post-mastectomy care with our Lend A Helping Hand program, and to actively promote cancer and environmental awareness with education, advocacy, and outreach throughout the community. 631-669-7770, wibcc.org

Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition (BBCC)
This nonprofit volunteer organization is dedicated to various breast and gynecological cancer concerns. Founded in 1993, it continues to be a grass-roots organization, providing an array of patient support services, education and advocacy programs. 631-893-4110, babylonbreastcancer.org

Great Neck Breast Cancer Coalition (GNBCC)
The GNBCC has been dedicated to the battle against breast cancer through education and advocacy of breast cancer research since 1992. It also offers support for women and men who are newly diagnosed. greatneckbcc.org

Brentwood Bay Shore Breast Cancer Coalition (BBSBCC)
BBSBCC is dedicated to maintaining breast health using a grassroots approach to raise individual and community awareness and positive action, according to the group. English: 631-273-9252, Spanish: 631-951-6908, bbsbcc.org

Long Beach Breast Cancer Coalition 
This group’s mission is to promote awareness, advocate for increased funding for research
into the causes of breast cancer, and for improved methods of detection and treatment; and assistance in securing access to screening, diagnosis, and treatment. 516-943-3404, longbeachbcc.com

The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital
The volunteer-driven group “has come together to create and sustain a supportive network for women affected by breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers,. It focuses on early detection and empowerment to bring about better health care and improved quality of life. 631-726-8715, cwcshh.org

North Fork Breast Health Coalition
This coalition is working to encourage and assist in the prevention, early intervention, and cure of breast cancer through advocacy, awareness, networking, and research. 631-208-8889, northforkbreasthealth.org

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