BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (OCTOBER 4, 2021): In partnership with Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation (CDBCF), an organization serving underprivileged and vulnerable women in N.J. by ensuring the availability of top-quality breast-health services, Bridgewater Commons, located along I-287 at the intersections of Route 22 and Route 202/206, proudly unveiled Embrace Hope, a photographic mural celebrating six women’s healthcare specialists and their essential roles in the fight against breast cancer. The reveal took place Thursday, Sept. 30 in advance to the official start of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“We are delighted to partner this October with Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation to help raise critical funds needed to purchase new medical and diagnostic equipment, hire clinical staff members and provide patient transportation services to and from their appointments. And, throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bridgewater Commons will proudly match 100% of the donations our Embrace Hope mural helps to raise in the fight against this disease,” said Marketing Director Tom Kovacic.”
Embrace Hope is located on Bridgewater Commons’ Lower Level (across from Build-a-Bear) and will beon display through Sunday, Oct. 31. There visitors are able to conveniently scan a QR Code enabling them easily donate to CDBCF.
For more information including a full Bridgewater Commons’ directory, operating hours, driving
directions and more, please visit bridgewatercommons.com.
ABOUT CONNIE DWYER BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
Through their sponsored facilities, the Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation serves underprivileged and vulnerable women in New Jersey by ensuring the availability of top-quality breast-health services that include screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care. The Foundation provides financial assistance to programs and needs deemed most crucial to the health and well-being of patients and offers collaborative support to provide resources, education, advocacy and empowerment to the women it serves. To learn more please visit www.cdbcf.org.