We are proud to support breast cancer research through sales of exclusive pink ribbon welcome mats.
Each year, it is expected that over 250,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and nearly 40,000 of those women will die. Improvements and funds for breast cancer research are essential to preventing deaths, finding a cure and eradicating the disease for good. 25% of the purchase price of each pink ribbon welcome mat sold through the Carpet One Floor & Home Welcome-A-Cure initiative is donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. So far, the campaign has raised nearly 1 million dollars for a variety of breast cancer research charities. Purchasing a welcome mat contributes directly to raising funds for breast cancer research and hopes for finding a cure.
Love Your Style and Shop This Year's Pink Ribbon Welcome Mats
Home is where the heart is and should be warm and welcoming. The Farmhouse collection combines old comforts with new design ideas creating a perfectly balanced look for your comfortable, inviting home.View The Farmhouse Collection
If home is your sanctuary, it should be filled with things that inspire you. The Bohemian collection combines colorful, expressive, and unconventional elements that free your spirit and energize your decor.View The Bohemian Collection
A home with classic elements remains timeless. The Classic collection draws upon simplicity and structure for a style that will stand the test of time and provides the perfect complement to traditional decor.View The Classic Collection
Your home represents your personal style. With bold colors and clean lines, the Modern collection makes a statement right in your entryway. Impress your guests with a display that's equal parts elegant and edgy.View The Modern Collection
Help Welcome A CureWe’ve come a long way but we’re not giving up!
Did you know?
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women.
1 in 8 women in the United States will develop breast cancer during their lifetime.
Over 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in 2017.
Over 40,000 women will die from breast cancer in 2017.
The Good News
Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since 1989, in part due to better screening and early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving treatment options.
At this time there are more than 3.5 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.
Join the Fight
Annual screening mammography beginning at age 40.
Breast self-examination is optional but beneficial. Women who choose to self-examine should received instructions from their health providers.
Clinical breast examination every three years for women in their 20s and 30s, and annually for women who are 40 and older.