October is "Breast Cancer Awareness Month," and one Ilion woman got creative with some interesting visuals outside her home to raise attention.
The outside of Danielle Bernard's fence is quite a scene for people driving by.
She's collected over a hundred bras for Breast Cancer Awareness Month that she received all over the country.
It started last year as an effort to just simply raise awareness.
"Somebody said to me, you know, you should have charged when you collected the bras and gave the money to the Making Strides event," said Bernard.
But instead, Danielle decided to still collect the bras this year, and charge $2 for each one to raise money for her friend Chrissy who is undergoing treatment.
Danielle's step-daughter, Johnna, then teamed up and started a Facebook page to get the word out.
"It was just stapling them up and we just took one day and we did all this, and it was really fun thing to do because, who hangs bras on their fence everyday!?" said Johnna.
Danielle says that word just spread and everyone soon wanted to be a part of it which she thought was very nice since many of them did not even know her friend Chrissy.
She left a bucket outside her front porch for people to come donate their bras and money to help Chrissy.
After word got out, Danielle received bras from all over the country.
She received bras from places such as Arizona, South Caroline, California and West Virginia.
And she knows exactly which bra is from California, because it came with little bit of "California Sunshine."
Although Danielle changed things up this year by collecting money, she's still getting plenty of awareness from people.
"Whenever I get dropped off by my friends or something, I'm like look over here! Look at the fence, it's so cool!" said Johnna.
The bras will only be up for the month of October, and Danielle says it's a bittersweet feeling when everything has to come down.
"Hanging it up is fun, taking it down is almost sad. I don't want to take it down once it's up," said Danielle.
Danielle is a three year Breast Cancer survivor herself.
She says if she does this again next year she will be donating the money to "Making Strides."