When you shop from Friends Do This,
5% of your purchase will support a great cause.
Plus, you'll make us do a little happy dance.

In a nut shell: You're seriously the tits.


Providing essential support services for breast cancer patients to ease the stresses of everyday life, allowing the focus to be on family, recovery and healing.

To relieve a patient’s burden while in treatment, these rockstars provide transportation to medical appointments, light housekeeping, nutritional and grocery assistance, childcare reimbursement, and integrative therapy services free of charge. They specifically assist breast cancer patients residing in and/or receiving treatment in Massachusetts. 

How We Give Back

Supporting Movements that Matter

Boobies, wieners and balls grace our cards so it's no surprise that we share content and resources that involve well, boobies, wieners, and balls. Breast cancer and testicular cancer aren't going to fight themselves, ya'll! We also get behind things that promote good vibes, acceptance, and equality. 

Direct Donations

At checkout, you select which non-profit 5% of your purchase goes. Pretty sweet, huh?
If you are a non-profit that could use some FDT lovin'? We'd love to talk about working together. Drop us a note, yo.

Bright Pink

Mission: To save lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering women to know their risk and manage their health proactively

Bright Pink is a nonprofit organization that focuses on health, not cancer, to inspire women to practice breast and ovarian cancer prevention. Women of all ages can take steps to lower their risks. Bright Pink aims to ensure that more women have the information, resources, and tools they need to take charge of their breast and ovarian health and get the care they need and deserve.  Visit Bright Pink for more information and ways you can take charge of your breast and ovarian health.

Testicular Cancer Foundation

Mission: To provides education and support to young men to raise awareness about testicular cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer among males ages 15 – 34.

Fighting a disease that affects a demographic that is young and feels invincible is an uphill battle, but that doesn't stop the badass team at the Testicular Cancer Foundation. As the leading provider of education materials in the country, they work hard to ensure every male knows the warning signs of the disease, and how to perform a testicular self exam. These guys know balls...

The Ali Forney Center

Mission: To protect LGBTQ youths from the harms of homelessness and empower them with the tools needed to live independently.

When LGBTQ youth come out of the closet, 1 in 4 face rejection from their family due to religious beliefs. Many run away or are thrown out of their homes, and rather than endure the homophobic violence that’s rampant in shelters, these young people take their chances on the street. And their chances aren’t good. Many develop substance use disorders or become depressed. Some are even suicidal. Our contribution to the Ali Forney Center helps keep the following programs running: six emergency housing sites,  a 24-hour drop-in center,  transitional housing opportunities, and their street outreach programs that deliver supplies and provide program referrals to keep homeless LGBTQ youth healthy. 

To Write Love on Her Amrs

Mission: Dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.

We couldn't be more on the same page with the rockstars of TWLOHA: "We believe community is essential. People need other people. We were never meant to do life alone." Since 2006, TWLOHA has been sharing messages of hope and help. They've responded to thousands of messages from people all over the world, traveled millions of miles to meet people in their community, and have shared over a 1,000 blogs (and launched a podcast!) to remind people that they are not alone. Did we mention  their FIND HELP Tool that helps folks locate free or reduced cost counseling and other mental health resources? I mean come on! TWLOHA is the bees knees, ya'll.

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Make a friend's day AND give back to a baller non-profit?!
Hot damn are you awesome.