I’m sure all of you are aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There is pink EVERYWHERE! One of my favorite things is seeing the NFL wearing pink with their uniforms. It’s so great to see everyone supporting a fantastic cause, which needs attention! I posted about Ann Taylor’s gorgeous Evelyn Lauder Collection last week, but I have found so many more ways to give away through fashion, etc since then! So I thought I would post a few. I guarantee there are hundreds of more opportunities out there as well.
If you know of any be sure to comment below and share them!
The Abby Ripple Triangle Bikini – vixswimwear.com
For each purchase of this limited edition bikini during the Month of October, Vix will donate $20 to the American Cancer Society!
DANNIJO ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Vika’ Bracelet – shopbop.com
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Pink Agenda.
Kelly Wearstler ‘Newton’ Leather Jacket – kellywearstler.com
10% of the proceeds of the cool jacket goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Mane Message Hair Ties – manemessage.com
20% of the proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
J Brand ‘Midrise Super Skinny Jeans’ (in Pink Party) – forwardforward.com
For each pair purchased, 20% of the sale goes to the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute.
Gaiam ‘Pink Ribbon’ Yoga Mat – gaiam.com
For each mat sold, Gaiam will donate $1 to fund breast cancer research.
Smashbox BCRF Be Legendary Lipstick in ‘Inspiration’ – smashbox.com
Pick up this limited edition color and Smashbox will give $5 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Kohl’s Cares ‘Elle’ Polka Dot Umbrella – kohls.com
100% of the proceeds of this cute umbrella goes to support fighting breast cancer.
Loft ‘Live in Pink Heart Blouse’ – loft.com
Loft is donating 25% of the proceeds from this blouse to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Nux ‘Rib Racer Tank’ – nuxusa.com
40% of the proceeds from this workout tank will go to the Susan G. Koman for the Cure Foundation.
Wear this while using your pink yoga mat and feel twice as supportive!
Robindira Unsworth ‘Stackable Gemstone’ Rings – robindira.com
20% of the proceeds will go towards breast cancer research.
(These gorgeous rings would be a great gift to support someone who is battling breast cancer.)
Asics ‘GT 1000′ PR’ Womne’s Running Shoes – runningwarehouse.com
The perfect pair to run that 5K in support for breast cancer in! Plus a minimum donation of $100,000 is going to Christina Applegate’s Right Action for women from Asics from the sale of these already!
Scoop ‘Large Watersnake Zip Pouch’ – scoopnyc.com
30% of the proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Ralph Lauren ‘Pink Pony Hate’ – ralphlauren.com
10% of the proceeds go to the Pink Pony Fund, which supports breast cancer programs worldwide.
ALSO! If you visit their site and purchase select styles, use the code: RLGIVING12 to receive 25% off and more proceeds will go to the fund.
Coach ‘New Andee BCA’ Watch – coach.com
Coach is donating 20% of all purchases of their Breast Cancer Awareness products (see the link above for their other fabulous products such as the purse, keychain, and scarf!) to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Remember you can always donate to your favorite charity as well! (Here are some great ones to take a look at)
Women at Risk
The Columbia University Medical Center runs the Women at Risk (WAR) program to improve the lives and health of women with breast cancer and women who are at high risk for it. Funds raised by WAR go to research projects, support, and education.
A mother-daughter team cofounded the Making Memories organization in 1998 to grant wishes to metastatic breast cancer patients. The group raises funds, in part, through the sale of donated wedding gowns.
National Breast Cancer Foundation
The NBCF helps raise awareness with educational programs about early detection and provides free mammograms to women in need. It aids in research funding for the Cleveland Clinic, the Mayo Clinic, and the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
This organization provides funding for clinical and genetic research, with the goal of curing breast cancer in our lifetime. At least 85 percent of the money raised goes to breast cancer research grants and awareness programs.
Komen for the Cure
In its 28 years, this grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and supporters has also become the largest source of nonprofit funds for the fight against breast cancer.
Young Survival Coalition
Founded by three women who were under 35 when they were diagnosed with breast cancer, the coalition focuses on women 40 and under who have breast cancer.
National Breast Cancer Coalition
The NBCC lobbies for public policies that impact breast cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment. Donations go toward training for breast cancer advocates and clinical trials.
Breast Cancer Network of Strength
Formerly known as Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization, the nonprofit provides immediate emotional relief for anyone dealing with breast cancer with its survivor-staffed peer support service, YourShoes.
Avon Foundation for Women
The Avon Foundation for Women, which tackles such women’s issues as domestic violence, has raised and donated more than $640 million to support research with its Breast Cancer Crusade program, which launched in 1992.
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