It was the “perfect ending to a perfect day” for Tiffney Cambridge who held a Sip-n-Shop this past Sunday with her kids by her side. Cali Dream and her mom wore pink in support of breast cancer awareness, which was the reason for the event.
The Denise Roberts Breast Cancer Foundation has been changing the perception that men and women have of breast cancer for years. Contrary to popular opinion that deems breast cancer a disease that only women over 40-years-old develop, the foundation strives to inform the public of the illness’ ability to affect men and women under the age of forty as well. With knowledge being power, the organization’s central goal is to emancipate individuals from the fear that society has placed with breast cancer.
All proceeds of Tiffney’s Sip-n-Shop went to the Denise Roberts Breast Cancer Foundation. Several friends and family members who attended the event purchased bracelets created by Brighton Collectibles in support of breast cancer awareness. Tiffney has two kids, Cali Dream and King Justice, with rapper The Game.