Since its release in 1998, the breast cancer stamp has raised over $50 million for breast cancer research. Perhaps one of the reasons the breast cancer stamp has been such a success is that it makes it so easy to do good: spend a few extra pennies on postage for mail that has to be sent anyhow, and youve done your part in supporting the cause.
The breast cancer stamp is the U.S. Postal Services first semi-postal, a stamp that is sold above its actual postage value. The stamp, which...Read more
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