Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day, or BRA Day USA, is a collaborative effort between the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The Plastic Surgery Foundation, plastic surgeons specializing in breast surgery, nurse navigators, medical device industry representatives, and breast cancer support groups. Originally launched in Canada in 2011, BRA Day promotes education, awareness, and access regarding post-mastectomy breast reconstruction, ensuring that all patients who have mastectomies are offered all options for breast reconstruction. It is also a way to bring together people who have been affected by breast cancer and who have undergone breast reconstruction. While breast reconstruction can have profound emotional and practical benefits, such as enhancing self-image and recovery, less than half of all eligible patients undergo reconstruction. We at the University of Pittsburgh believe that all women who are candidates for breast reconstruction should be made aware of their options and offered treatment in a safe and timely manner. Breast cancer treatment saves lives, and breast reconstruction can change lives for the better, allowing women to close the loop on breast cancer. This year's event was held at the Andy Warhol Museum and featured well-known, local artist interpretations of breast reconstruction.