Women who inherit heterozygous mutations in the BRCA2 gene have an increased risk of developing cancer, mainly breast and ovarian tumors. A particular BRCA2 mutation (c.156_157insAlu) is exclusively found in families of Portuguese ancestry and is present in approximately 30% of all Portuguese families with hereditary breast and ovarian cancers. We report the generation and characterization of the first iPSC line from a female donor harboring the Portuguese BRCA2 founder mutation. Skin fibroblasts were reprogrammed using a non-integrative Sendai virus. These iPSCs are a valuable tool to study the origin of BRCA2-associated cancer in its earliest phases.