Because Making a Difference Tomorrow Starts Today
Through its Sientra FULL CIRCLETM philanthropic initiative, Sientra is committed to supporting the full breast cancer community. We aim to connect with people and organizations who are committed to making a meaningful difference, and invest in them.
For every breast tissue expander sold, Sientra will donate a portion of sales to the FULL CIRCLE fund. FULL CIRCLE grants are open to any U.S.-based breast cancer organization working towards furthering breast cancer aid, research, patient outreach and advocacy, and prevention. Grants will be dispersed to nonprofits with the most promising visions for the future.
Our inaugural FULL CIRCLE program last year awarded eight nonprofit organizations that demonstrated their commitment to building a brighter future with their breast cancer programs and initiatives. We look forward to growing the FULL CIRCLE program this year and fulfilling this same promise.
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Apply for a FULL CIRCLE grant and sign up to stay in the loop about FULL CIRCLE.
Breast Cancer Angels
“I wanted to thank you for your generous contribution in 2018. Your gift was used to help alleviate the financial, emotional, and medical burden of 66 women with breast cancer in our program.”
Dr. Troy Pittman
FULL CIRCLE Steering Committee Member and owner of Advanced Plastic Surgery in Washington, DC
“The 2018 grant recipients are all organizations who are delivering life-changing services to patients to provide the support they need during an incredibly difficult journey.”
Dina Muskin Goldberg
“This grant will enable us to serve women through our LINK Program and provide them with the support they desperately need during such an uncertain and scary time in their lives.”
Breast Care for Washington
“This means a lot to our small organization and will go a long way in helping us live our mission of providing high quality breast care to any woman regardless of her ability to pay.”
"It is encouraging to see FULL CIRCLE furthering the efforts of nonprofits in the breast cancer community in ways outside of just providing necessary post-mastectomy products. It shows compassion."