You don’t have to wear a pink ribbon or t-shirt to support Breast Cancer Awareness month. There are so many different ways to support amazing charities with products you may have never expected. Each of the stores below offer a selection of items that support finding a cure.
Macy’s has a dedicated Pink Shop with over 70 items that give back to causes focused on breast cancer awareness, research, and education. Many of the products include popular brand names, such as Ralph Lauren, the North Face, Essie, Coach, and more. The crystal accents on the left, by Monique Lhuillier Waterford, provide a 5% donation from every sale to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Evelyn H. Lauder was the Senior Corporate Vice President and Head of Fragrance Development Worldwide for Estée Lauder Companies Inc. A few years after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she created the famous pink ribbon that’s commonly seen throughout various breast cancer campaigns today. When you purchase an item from the Evelyn Lauder Dream Collection, a percentage of every item will be donated to the fight against breast cancer. Twenty percent of the Pink Ribbon Lip Collection, shown on the left, is donated to charity.
If you plan on participating in a walk, Reebok is a great place to get athletic gear. When you purchase from their Pink Ribbon collection, Reebok donates to the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer–with a minimum amount of $300,000.
You don’t have to wear pink to support breast cancer awareness and research. At Stylish Plus, every single item is eligible for a donation! From shoes to dresses to outwear to nail polish–one dollar from every order will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
When you shop at the Pink Ribbon and Breast Cancer Awareness store at Century Novelty, 5% of sales (not just the profits) are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Best of all, they refuse to put a cap on their donations–as long as you shop the collection, you’ll know that your dollars are going towards a great cause.