IWIN Foundation supports individuals statewide receiving treatment for breast cancer by relieving emotional, physical, and financial burdens.


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100 Women In 100 Days

When we started out, we didn't know whether the goal of IWIN's 100 Women In 100 Days campaign was too big. But what we did know is how supportive and loving our community is.

In the end, 212 donors ensured that 100 Women In 100 Days ended successfully. A total of $51,810 was raised bringing vital transportation, meals and childcare services to 130 Indiana women and their families this year. We are so very thankful!

Our gratitude goes out to all of you for being a part of our community of supporters. You inspire and strengthen IWIN patients every single day.

A special thank you to Bright Ideas in Broad Ripple, Inc., Bev Middaugh, Weybright Insurance Network, and Weybright Premier Student Housing who generously gave $10,000 in sponsorship to make this campaign happen. 


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Paddle with a Purpose

Onix Pickleball is donating $10,000 to the IWIN Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to aid families impacted by the disease and increase awareness.  The Paddle with a Purpose campaign is a full line of pink pickleball products.

Click here to view Onix Pink Products and make a purchase

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100 Women in 100 Days

We have a big goal. Our biggest yet...
With your help, over the course of the next 100 days, our goal is to raise enough money to support 100 local patients during breast cancer treatment.

Click the link below to create your own fundraising page or to make a donation.


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Breast Cancer Demographics

5,400 Hoosiers will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year
56% of IWIN recipients are single
Patients served by IWIN range from 20 to 93
75% of IWIN recipients earn a household income under 50K per year

IWIN's Contribution

IWIN has served over 6,200 Indiana breast cancer patients
IWIN has distributed $2.3 million in services

Financial Effects

76% of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck
73% of patients consider altering or skipping medication or treatment to save money
130% increase in financial difficulties for patients in active breast cancer treatment
20-30% of breast cancer patients will lose their jobs during treatment
46% of women will pay for treatment by reducing spending on household essentials like food
Financial strain of breast cancer contributes to higher stress, lower treatment compliance and worse outcomes
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