On this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Forever 21 is supporting Stand Up to Cancer by donating 20% of the purchase price from the F21XSU2C Collection and guaranteeing a minimum donation of $5,000.

Stand Up to Cancer funds the newest and most promising cancer treatment to help patients today. Their mission is to raise funds to speed up the pace of the researches that can get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now. Also, they are focusing on educating the public on cancer prevention and generating awareness.

The collection features T-shirts with breast graphics, embroidery of a body and Fight Like A Girl text, Breast Friends embroidery, Lover & Fighter text and Fight Hope Believe text; Pullovers with Fighter embroidery and an image of a pair of boxing gloves and breast graphics; Hoodies with body and breast graphics; Joggers with the leg graphics: HopeBelieve and Fighter; Masks with Lover & Fighter text and Fighter embroidery and an image of a pair of boxing gloves; T-shirts for men with Stand Up & Fight graphic and a statue graphic and Stand Up & Fight text.

Forever 21 has a new campaign of posting IGTV videos where Breast Cancer Fighters tell their story, Motivational Mondays where they encourage you to be part of Stand Up to Cancer’s mission to help all patients become a long-term survivor, a giveaway of five pieces from the collection. The collection is available for purchase through Forever 21.

Breast Cancer is a disease in which cancer cells form in the tissues of the breast that can often be felt as a lump. That’s why adult women of all ages are encouraged to perform monthly breast self-exams that can be an important way to find breast cancer early, but it’s also important to know which lumps are benign and which are not. Mammograms are another great way to be diagnosed early.

Breast Cancer occurs normally in women, but men can get breast cancer too. In case you found a lump in your breast please don’t panic, there are many causes of breast lumps, but don’t hesitate to make an appointment with your doctor and make sure you get answers.