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  • Packages of Love Calendar Donations

    We need your help in getting Calendars donated to cancer centers across America. Help pay for postage or contribute for an entire Package!
  • Spare Change Project

    Search everywhere! By collecting the spare change you have hidden throughout your house, you can make a big difference in someone’s battle with breast cancer.



  • Spare Change Project

    Search everywhere! By collecting the spare change you have hidden throughout your house, you can make a big difference in someone’s battle with breast cancer.
  • Packages of Love Calendar Donations

    We need your help in getting Calendars donated to cancer centers across America. Help pay for postage or contribute for an entire Package!


Meet Linda & Bob

The Tutu Project™ started from a single photographic creation.  Taking “Ballerina” on the road became a way of coping for both of them after Linda’s re-diagnosis in 2006.  Technology enabled Linda to share her husband’s crazy pictures with her “chemo-mates” during treatment. They laughed, and idea for the official The Tutu Project™ was born. They decided to dedicate this body of work to women with breast cancer.

Creating a foundation was always something the Carey’s dreamt about but only realized was possible after the Project started to go viral.  The outpouring of support was unreal, and they wanted to share do something more than just create images.

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As I was listening to a panel of women share their experience with breast cancer, one of them happily admitted that breast cancer was the best thing that had ever happened to her. The voice inside my head screeched, “Is she nuts?!”. Really and truly, I could never imagine those words coming out of my mouth. This experience was twelve years ago, but it’s as clear as if it were yesterday. I can still see myself as I sat in the audience; a meager scarf wrapped around my bald head; terror clutching my brain; a newbie in this world of breast cancer. Now, all these years later, the voice inside my head may not screech with horror at her words but I’m not so sure I’d call breast cancer the best thing that ever happened to me. Because I’m much more the war-torn veteran(drama for effect) my understanding of her words ...





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