TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many places have been sporting their pink in support.

That includes Towson Hot Bagels.

All this month, THB has been teaming up with the Susan G. Komen Foundation, donating a portion of sales from each dozen sold.

Not only that, THB has been busy donating hundreds of special pink bagels to staff, volunteers and patients at breast cancer centers all over the Baltimore area.

So far, they’ve donated more than 1,200 specialty pink bagels.

CBS Baltimore Staff

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  1. anonymous says:

    It would make more sense to not donate bagels and instead take what it costs to make them and donate it to breast cancer research or charities that directly help those suffering with breast cancer.

    My cousin died of breast cancer and he (yes, he, men get it too and it ultimately killed him) was the care giver for his elderly mother, but when he had to stop working & get treatment he could not care for her himself or afford to pay someone to do it so she could stay in her home she loved. Only the one person may have cancer, but the whole family can suffer from it.

    I would rather them donate money to help than to give me a free bagel. It will take money to beat this disease & help families suffering from it, not bagels.

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