We are a small charity created in 1995. We count on individual donations. Please help our cause and make a Secure Donation! Thank you  


​WE are currently updating our website WWW.MaleBreastCancer.Org

The late- Mr. John W. Nick died from breast cancer June 11,  1991, at the age of 58.                            

2009 was the last health fair that I attended. In May of 2010, I became very ill and survived septic

poisoning and four major surgeries.  I had emergency surgery and was hospitalized for seven days. I left the hospital with a pick line in my arm for four more weeks. If the king of antibiotics did not work, I would not be here today. I also had a wound from the initial surgery that took six weeks to heal .

 I had three more surgeries and each one took me three months to heal . Gluten was a big part of my health problem.  I have eliminated Gluten and  have lost two sizes and I am getting strong.  My whole life has changed as food is your fuel. I will be writing a booklet about food and cancer.   

When I was sick there were two really good men who passed away from breast cancer. It was the toughest three and a half years of my life.  I work every day on my health and I am doing well. I still worked everyday on our charity running online auctions, producing brochures, updating the website and Facebook.  

We are going to Texas in December for the health fair for six days to run our donated booth. There will be three people attending with me so far.  Come and visit our booth this year. We will have plenty of information and our pink and blue ribbons.  

Peace and Good Health

Nancy E. Nick, Founder  

2010: Kim Young along with her father Jim Fitzpatrick (who had breast cancer) went on behalf of the Nick Foundation.  

2012 was a really sad year.  Mr. Edward Wilson lost his battle to breast cancer at the age of 58 leaving behind a wife and two adult children. R.I.P  

Will Gallagher Passed away in 2012. He was a young man in his early 40's with a wife and two small children. R.I.P.

The Nick Foundation will back in Texas this December 8, 2014 to December 14, 2014. We will have plenty of brochures sponsored by Myriad. 

 A Special Thank you to the Breast Cancer Symposium for their continued Sponsorship of our booth. They have Sponsored our booth ever year that we have attended.  We could not make it without their support.  

 We have the only booth dedicated to male breast cancer awareness in the Sea of Pink.

 Awareness Leads to Early Detection which Leads to Saving a Life!   Breast Cancer is Not Gender Specific.            

Peter in our blue shirt a breast cancer survivor along with Jonny in the black shirt in the middle who survived testicular cancer ww.imermananagels.org   

2009: 5000 Sponsored Brochures by Myriad   

Two Male Breast Cancer Men Late-Edward Wilson and Robert Kaitz

EJ's friend Olga and Nancy  

​Grandson Adam J. Nick 

Late-Mr. Wilson his Sisters and Mother  

​Getting ready to go to the poster sessions 

​2006: The Late EJ'S Friends and Family 

2007: Nancy Nick and Son Adam Nick   

2008: We distributed 500 pink and blue ribbons plus 500 car magnets and 3000 brochures   

​2005: Late-Mr. Edward Wilson- Brochures Sponsored by Walgreens 


2004: Late-Mr. Edward Wilson                                   

His first time attending late-Mr. Wilson's daughter  All in kind donations Volunteer badges

The San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium is held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas. 

There are over 7000 people attending and they are always so happy to see our booth for male breast cancer awareness. We have brochures and ribbons for their male breast cancer patients.  


This event is an International Scientific Symposium for Interaction and Exchange Among Basic Scientists and Clinicians in Breast Cancer.