Website reviews: TheBreastCancerSite

The website was created on August 18th of 2000 to address and raise awareness about Breast Cancer. According to the website page information, the site began in October of 2000 to help offer free mammograms to women in need women for whom early detection would not otherwise be possible.

Breast cancer is a growing epidemic among women and it arouses much fear because we all know someone who had it or someone who died from it. Each year, 211,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die. Thus the website engages the users in simple activities that are constructive and tends to raise funds and awareness for the research and solution of this issue.

With a simple, daily click of the pink button at The Breast Cancer Site, visitors help provide mammograms to those in need. Visitors pay nothing. Mammograms are paid for by the site’s sponsors and distributed by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. The website also has a store where all items purchased helps pay for a free mammograms for women.

The website is registered by a man named Gregory Hesterberg, the man behind This organization is called the “Greater Good Network” because it is a family of online activism sites that harness the power of the Internet to help people, animals, and causes in need. Thus the issue of Breast Cancer is just one of the many issues they address.

For the many people who want someone to contact can choose to write to the creator of the website at the following address:

Charity USA.Com, LLC
Gregory Hesterberg
600 University St., Ste.1000
Seattle, WA 98101

However, if you wish to contact the website staff only for feedback or some more input, you can write a letter to:

The Breast Cancer Site
One Union Square
600 University Street, Suite 1000
Seattle, WA 98101-4107

Contact email for the website staff is: customerserver@thebreastcancer

There is no phone numbers listed for the staff. However, you can get in touch directly with Gregory Hesterberg by writing a email to: or calling him via phone at: 734-475-0409

All calls regarding web page issues, website host issues or any other technical issues should not be placed to thebreastcancersite staff but you call 212-798-9200 or technical assistance.

Currently there are two join owners of this site. Long-time environmental activists Tim Kunin and Greg Hesterberg met at the University of Michigan while working on the Michigan Bottle Bill ballot campaign in 1976. Today their interests have sparked a varied interest in online activism and involvement in community projects. As enthusiastic supporters of The Hunger Site, they realized the power of providing busy Internet users with a fast, free and easy way to make a difference and launched to give people the means to support wilderness preservation efforts worldwide. They are particularly excited about The Breast Cancer Site, as both are sons of breast cancer survivors.