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Breast Cancer Help, Inc. Joins The Hope Process

February 12, 2010

Breast Cancer Help Inc, announced today it has joined The Hope Process, a division of IRN Payment Systems of Westbury, to handle its credit card processing and provide the organization with a steady stream of revenue. For the first year, Breast Cancer Help will receive a 100% rebate on all credit card transactions, and a 25% rebate in the subsequent years.

"As a non-profit, our organization will be receiving a rebate on our credit card processing, providing us with constant discounts," said Alex Fezza, Executive Director, Breast Cancer Help Inc. "More importantly, we will be introducing the benefits of The Hope Process to our supporters who own businesses and accept credit cards. When they switch their credit card processing to IRN's The Hope Process, they will have the ability to provide donations to Breast Cancer Help."

The Hope Process was designed for one purpose: to provide charitable organizations with a steady stream of recurring monthly donations. Created by Dino Sgueglia, Founder of IRN Payment Systems, a leader in the credit card processing industry, The Hope Process entitles merchants to a rebate based on their credit card processing fees, which can be donated by the merchant to a charitable organization of their choice.

"Any merchant that enrolls in The Hope Process will have access to an online account to track and monitor the funds that accrue through the program. With the click of a button, a merchant will know exactly how much is donated to the charity of their choice," said Mr. Sgueglia. "Additionally, Breast Cancer Help will have login access to our interactive state-of-the-art Web site,, to view incoming donations."

Breast Cancer Help, Inc. is an organization with a focus on action and advocacy to eradicate breast cancer. Breast Cancer Help has built a grassroots network of advocates across America and abroad focusing on the goals of increasing research into the cause, treatment and cure of breast cancer; improving access for all women to high-quality breast cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment; and encouraging other areas in the United States and throughout the world to conduct mapping surveys to help better understand the relationship between our environment and breast cancer.

"This is the most innovative program there is for raising donations for charitable organizations. No other program can build a recurring monthly stream of donations to charitable organizations. We are proud to be a part of this ground-breaking program," Mr. Fezza said.



Breast Cancer Help, Inc. • 32 Park Avenue • Bay Shore, New York 11706 • Phone: (631) 675-9003