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Jun, 2013

CCS Partners with the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation

Connecticut Coast Soccer (CCS) today announced that it has named a unique, local non-profit, the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation (TBBCF), as the exclusive charitable beneficiary of CCS’s Programs, Clinics, Academies, and the Nike Labor Day Classic Tournament. TBBCF is based in New London, CT and unique in its commitment that 100% of gross fundraising goes directly to breast cancer research.

Founded in 1996, the mission of the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation (TBBCF) is to raise funds for cutting edge research to eradicate all types of breast cancer. Over the past seven years, TBBCF has had the honor of funding 24 promising researchers in cutting-edge breast cancer research. To date the TBBCF has funded $2.4 million in breast cancer research. To learn more about the TBBCF please visit

“We are excited to partner with TBBCF to raise awareness of breast cancer in Connecticut and to fund new research that will one day lead to treatments for this terrible disease,” said Rob Brule, Founder of CCS.

”We are excited to introduce that audience to TBBCF and develop new support for the Foundation.”

“As a lifelong Waterford resident and neighbor, I grew up knowing Terri and playing soccer with her brothers Victor, Chris and Anthony, all of whom loved the game of soccer.” said CCS Founder Rob Brule. “To know that our programs and clinics will help remember Terri and her family, and help raise awareness of the great work being done by the Brodeur Foundation, is an honor to be a part of.”