Affiliates and Partners
The California Breast Cancer Research Program (CBCRP) was established pursuant to passage by the California Legislature of the 1993 Breast Cancer Act (i.e., AB 2055 (B. Friedman) [Chapter 661, Statutes of 1993] and AB 478 (B. Friedman) [AB 478, Statutes of 1993]). The program is responsible for administering funding for breast cancer research in the State of California. The mission of the CBCRP is to eliminate breast cancer by leading innovation in research, communication, and collaboration in the California scientific and lay communities.
- The CBCRP is the largest state-funded research effort in the nation and is administered by the University of California, Office of the President
- The CBCRP is funded through the tobacco tax, voluntary tax check-off on personal income tax forms, and individual contributions
- The tax check-off, included on the personal income tax form since 1993, has drawn over $6 million for breast cancer research
- Ninety-five percent of our revenue goes directly to funding research and education efforts
- The CBCRP supports new approaches that other agencies may be reluctant to support, such as research on cow viruses, Tibetan herbs, and snake venom
- Since 1994, the CBCRP has awarded over $174 million in 725 grants to 89 institutions across the state.
- The CBCRP supports innovative breast cancer research—cow viruses, Tibetan herbs, snake venom—that might otherwise go unfunded. With continued investment, the CBCRP will work to find better ways to prevent, treat and cure breast cancer.The California Breast Cancer Research Program (CBCRP) was established pursuant to passage by the California Legislature of the 1993 Breast Cancer Act (i.e., AB 2055 (B. Friedman) [Chapter 661, Statutes of 1993] and AB 478 (B. Friedman) [AB 478, Statutes of 1993]). The program is responsible for administering funding for breast cancer research in the State of California.
Green Packaging: California Baby® is committed to help protect and sustain the earth by reducing, reusing and recycling:
- Minimal packaging (no boxes or clamshells) - less to produce / less to throw away
- Concentrated biodegradable products: a little goes a long way
- Meaningful recycle symbol: HDPE #2 is the easiest plastic for consumers to recycle
- Recycled paper and soy inks for product info tags and literature
- Biodegradable packing peanuts
- Recycling of all production and packaging plastic
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy. OTA draws together all segments of the organic industry to share information, create standards of excellence and promote organic products. California Baby is a proud member of the Organic Trade Association.
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a coalition of public health, educational, religious, labor, women's, environmental and consumer groups. Their goal is to protect the health of consumers and workers by requiring the health and beauty industry to phase out the use of chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects and other health problems and replace them with safer alternatives.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), with more than a million members and supporters, is the largest animal rights organization in the world. Founded in 1980, PETA is dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals. PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.