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When we lost our mother to breast cancer, I wanted to do something to fight back, to help, to make a difference somehow—but nothing felt quite right. Not long after that, my father passed away. To escape, I spent many days and nights working on bicycles. One day, I was working with a bicycle chain and it struck me. It’s not just me. We are all in this together, so we best hang onto each other—like the links in the chain I was holding. The link is a symbol that we are all connected, that we all feel love, that we all feel loss.

The idea is to wear a Pink Link in support of someone you love who is fighting cancer, someone you lost to cancer, or someone you know who needs your support for any reason, My hope is that people will wear them and give them to others with the message ‘I am here for you. I’m connected to you.’” No matter what kind of situation someone is in. Cancer or even a bad day.

Proceeds from the Pink Link will be donated to Family based Charities, hospice based charities, and some Cancer research based charities.

The Pink Link Bracelet – $5.00

The Pink Link Charm – $5.00

The Pink Link Bracelet – Black – $5.00


The Pink Link Charm – Black – $5.00


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    • ….sometimes you just need a little help from your friends, and other times you make new friends during a very difficult time.  This is what happened to our family when our son, Brett Banasiewicz, suffered a traumatic brain injury on his BMX bike on August 23, 2011.  Dustin Grice is one of Brett’s BMX buddies that reached out to us about the Link Foundation.  Jeff Troldahl, founder of the Link Foundation, and Dustin Grice designed a “Maddog” bracelet with Brett’s signature colors pink and green.  The Link Foundation sold many bracelets via the internet and also allowed us to sell the bracelets at Brett’s BMX Skate Park.  The proceeds went to Brett’s mounting medical bills.  Brett was able to obtain the best care in the United States that also included hyperbarics.  Brett had to relocate to Texas because the state of Indiana is not licensed to administer hyperbarics  for TBI’s..

      Lisa Banasiewicz, Brett B's Mom Kitchen Skatepark