Together in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Proud Supporter

PDL & The Breast Cancer Foundation Cayman Islands

At Progressive Distributors, we're more than a leading wholesaler in the Cayman Islands. We're a community of caring individuals dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those around us. It's with great pride that we announce our legacy sponsorship with The Breast Cancer Foundation Cayman Islands, a beacon of hope and support for individuals and families affected by breast cancer in our community.

Understanding Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a disease that can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender, though it is most common in women. Early detection is key to improving survival rates, and it's important to be aware of the signs and symptoms:

  • A lump or thickening in the breast or underarm area
  • Changes in the size or shape of the breast
  • Dimpling or puckering of the skin
  • A nipple turned inward
  • Redness or scaliness of the breast skin or nipple

We encourage everyone to practice regular self-examinations and schedule clinical breast exams and mammograms as recommended by healthcare providers, usually on an annual or bi-annual basis at aged 40.

How You Can Contribute

Our collaboration with The Breast Cancer Foundation Cayman Islands is rooted in our commitment to health, wellness, and the well-being of our community.

Join us in making a difference. Your support can help save lives and provide essential resources for those affected by breast cancer. Here's how you can contribute:

  • Donate Directly: Every dollar counts. Donate directly to The Breast Cancer Foundation Cayman Islands to support their invaluable work in research, education, and patient support.
  • Participate in Events: Keep an eye on their calendar for upcoming fundraising events. From walks to gala dinners, your participation raises both funds and awareness.
  • Volunteer: Lend your time and talents, there's always a need for more hands.

Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer in the Cayman Islands.