October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and there are many ways to raise awareness and raise money for organizations that are working hard to find a cure for breast cancer. In addition to making a cash donation to one of these charities (bcrfcure.org or NationalBreastCancer.org) you can also purchase items you might already be on the look out for whose proceeds in the month of October will benefit breast cancer charities.
Shop Pink and Rose Gold Sparkle:
This month when you purchase one of these select styles from Kendra Scott they will donate 20% of the sales to Breast Cancer Research Foundation and will also be giving a piece of rose quartz jewelry to a woman who is battling breast cancer.
Stella & Dot has a collection of three pieces that were designed specifically for Breast Cancer Awareness month. All pieces are under $50, delicate, and perfect for stacking or layering with other pieces. I love the Wishing necklace in rose gold and think it would layer perfectly with this necklace. All net proceeds of sales from these pieces through the end of October benefit Bright Pink. Bright Pink is a non-profit organization focused on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. For more info, visit www.brightpink.org.
Shop Pink Apparel:
This feminine blouse was designed to raise support and awareness for breast cancer. Brand Raey partnered up with Future Dreams, a London based breast cancer charity for this piece.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 25% of sales of this blouse by MUMU will be donated to B4BC.org.
Shop Pink Beauty:
100% of profit from sales of Ralph Lauren’s limited edition Fragrance, Tender Romance, benefits the Pink Pony Fund.
La Mer is donating $10 from each purchase of their lip balm to Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Clinique is also donating $10 from each purchase of their Great Skin, Great Cause Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion + with Limited-Edition Keychain to the Foundation. And sales from Bobbi Brown‘s art stick duo in two pretty pink shades will also be donating $10 to BCRF.
Drybar designed a pink travel-sized version of their Detox Dry Shampoo for Breast Cancer Awareness and it’s only $12! Their dry shampoo is a cult favorite and will absorb the oils from your hair and make unwashed hair look clean and fresh. It will also extend the life of your blowout without white residue that other dry shampoos can leave behind. $1 from each purchase will be benefiting City of Hope. For every purchase of pink electric hairdryer, GHD will donate money to Look Good Feel Better.
Le Metier de Beaute a Neiman Marcus exclusive Breast Cancer Kaleidoscope eyeshadow set is donating 30 percent of sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Shop for a Cause: