"I think it's fantastic. It's a good cause. I had an aunt who just got over breast cancer. It's very touching for them to do something special like this," says Fargo Insurance customer Crystal Cole.
Going on there third year, the owner of Fargo Insurance wants Bras for a Cause to bring awareness to breast cancer and any kind of cancer in general.
Over the years they've raised several thousand dollars and are hoping to expand with other businesses.
"We've had family situations with cancer. We feel if we can contribute in any way, it's a benefit to everybody. So just to get everybody involved," says Frank Fargo of Fargo Insurance.
Those who donate a bra got a free lunch. For every bra donated, they will donate fifty cents to breast cancer research.
"When someone in your family has breast cancer it really gets to you. You don't know what's going to happen. I think everybody should get out. Do what they can and try to find one for breast cancer," says Cole.