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At Plunder we have been helping women for over 8 years. We are committed to helping them find the beauty inside themselves and others through our mission to FIND HER. That unapologetic, gutsy girl who lives inside her. The one who dreams big, believes in herself and helps others achieve their dreams.

In our quest to empower women, it was clear we needed to join the fight against breast cancer.

Alone we can do so little.
Together we can do so much.

-Helen Keller

Two ways to Participate


You can purchase product from our Pink Collection. A portion of the proceeds from our pink collection will be donated to this year’s recipients.


If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with breast cancer, submit a nomination for a chance to be selected.

We want to help women not only survive but thrive after recovery. Since our first sale in 2014, we’ve partnered with multiple charities and individuals to help women get much needed breast health education, screenings and treatment. In addition, donations have assisted survivors pay medical bills and regain their confidence as they rediscover their innate beauty and confidence so they can continue to be that gusty, unapologetic girl.

Our Recipients



A year ago one of my worst fears was confirmed. I had breast cancer and was only 28. The scars I carry are definitely still raw in places. It can be hard to except the journey I was given even a year later, but I’ve gained so much and I hope sharing my journey continues to help others. Learn to give yourself some grace, you’ll learn so much about the incredible strength you have within. Don’t let others tell you it’s just hair, It’s a part of your identity, but it will grow back. Your identity will change. You are allowed ot mourn that, but you learn to love all of the amazing qualities about yourself that leavethose around you in awe. Your body will change immensely but wear those battle scars proudly. You conquered every foe that left a mark. You’ll meet so many amazing people on this journey. You’ll learn to let go of the toxic and embrace your tribe. A massive tribe you didn’t know you needed. Let them carry you when you struggle because you will bounce back eventually and can return that love. Finally., don’t let cancer define you. Let it change your outlook. Be sad. Scream. Let it challenge everything you thought you knew about life and yourself. But grow and change into an even better version of you; even if you aren’t who you thought you’d be. You might surprise you in the best of ways.


Beezy Wiggins

In the month of October Beezy went in for a regularly scheduled mammogram. Praise god she did not neglect to love herself in that way. The results came back that she has stage 1 breast cancer. Her doctors confirmed that she will need surgery and the hope is that the surgery does not exceed a lumpectomy, followed by radiation. Beezy and her husband are incredibly hard working citizens and have had unexpected difficulties. When life throws a curveball, there is no greater feeling that feeling the support of thoes who love you. Unless you have been through it personally, you cannot comprehend the magnitude of thoughts taht go through your mind and pierce your heart as you begin your cancer journey. Not everyone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer has a happy ending, but supporting a loved one through their journey is the best and most important way we can help them to feel that they are not alone.


Tara Moore

Tara’s breast cancer journey has just begun actually. Tara is my cousin and we aren’t as close as we used to be growing up, unfortunately life gets in the way of spending time with each other. Growing up we were raised as close as sisters. We would build forts, have snowball fights, go sledding and made tons of memories. I love Tara and just want her to know how much she is loved. Support your friends and loved ones through all trials in life. Especially support them dealing with cancer, but we should support them through life in general. We all need support at some time or another, for one reason or another. Even if we don’t know that someone is going through a trying time we should take the time to show our love, support, kindness and compassion. We can show this be simply checking in on them, sending a messae, calling and sending a special gift. Don;t let life get in the way of freindships, family and lifelong memories.


Kayla Reader

Kayla recently underwent a double mastectomy at the age of 27. She is a single mom and is also trying to preserve and some of her her viable eggs for the future. She is strong and has had such a battle and has fought very hard to be in the best health she can be in for her little boy and for her.