Shop to prevent cancer this Halloween

Published on October 6, 2014

Updated on August 15, 2018

Shop for a cause this Halloween. The Prevent Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce a new partnership, and we just can’t mask our excitement! We teamed up with the folks at Masquerade Express and they will be donating ten percent of all proceeds to the Prevent Cancer Foundation.

Masquerade Express has an extensive collection of costumes and accessories for women—not just for Halloween, but for any costume occasion. They offer a variety of elaborate masquerade gowns and masks ranging from exotic to glam, as well as costumes from other decades and centuries with makeup, jewelry and wigs to match. Be the belle of the ball this year dressed as a flapper, princess or Greek goddess!


Masquerade Express makes an effort to highlight the importance of social responsibility by giving back to the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Each dollar raised will help fund numerous cancer prevention programs like:

  • The free distribution of health, wellness and cancer prevention educational materials to organizations across the country
  • Dialogue for Action™, an annual national conference bringing together a diverse group of health professionals and advocates
  • Celebremos la Vida! (Let’s Celebrate Life!), a breast and cervical cancer education and early detection program for medically underserved women in the Hispanic community

Read more about cancer prevention and the Foundation at and learn how you can become, or might already be, an advocate for cancer prevention.

Make a difference this Halloween and shop online at Masquerade Express, and you will be sure to have a fabulous outfit for the evening.

Don’t forget to share your photos with your friends and family on social media. Tag us on Facebook or Twitter @preventcancer. Have a healthy and fun Halloween!

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