It’s great to see so many American companies supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month with special items and special donations to help raise awareness and fight cancer. Check back throughout the month because we’ll be adding more companies as we find them.
AnaOno founder and young breast cancer survivor, Dana Donofree, is thrilled to be working with breast cancer foundations that give back and assist women during their journey.
With every purchase of The Jill or The Kelly bra, AnaOno will contribute 5% of the sale to Jill’s Wish, a non-profit providing grants to women undergoing breast cancer treatment.
5% of all purchases made on The Jennifer go to supporting Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a foundation focused on providing trusted information and support to survivors during their entire journey through a breast cancer diagnosis.
LIMITED EDITION PINK BREAST CANCER 50 CALIBER BOTTLE BREACHER AND KEYCHAINS
Bottle Breacher’s goal is to raise $500 for Breast Cancer Research in honor of Veteran, Proud Mom, and Breast Cancer Survivor Laura Farlett!
Pick up an awareness band for only $12 to help raise awareness of the fight against breast cancer.
For the month of October, JOLYN will donate 25% of all sales in the “Eye C U” print to Breast Cancer Angels, a non-profit organization that provides financial and emotional assistance to women, men and their families as they go through breast cancer treatment.
SAS Shoes Supports Living Beyond Breast Cancer. These limited edition pink shoes are available online, in limited SAS store locations and on QVC.
Carbon38 is donating $10 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for each pair of Alice or Audrey leggings, and $5 for each Strong Tank sold in the month of October.
Red Lion Socks have a variety of styles relating to Breast Cancer Awareness. Find them on Amazon.com.
n:Philanthropy always donates to charity including the SPCA and Children’s Hospital of LA. 10% of net proceeds from this sweatshirt will be donated towards fighting Breast Cancer through the Young Survival Coalition.
To support the fight for a cure, they are contributing 20% of every Cure Collection purchase to the American Cancer Society through the end of 2016.
Coastal Breast Cancer Awareness 3/8 in. Comfort Wrap Dog Harness – Cancer Ribbon & Paws
They have an assortment of items for men and women in their Think Pink 2016 collection. Whether you need a new Hawaiian shirt, sarong scarf, resusable bag or other item, know that 10% of the proceeds will benefit the Women’s Cancer Center at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children.
Tervis Tumblers have nine styles of Pink Ribbon tumblers and will donate 10% from sales of these items to Breast Cancer Research.
Makai Clothing – They are proud to make a contribution from each purchase of these shirts which were printed in the USA.
They make a special edition bat for breast cancer awareness. Engraving is free and they will donate 10% to breast cancer research.
They make special pink and blue bats to help fund cancer research. $15 of the sale of each pink bat is donated to the Susan G Koman for the Cure. And $15 from the sale of each blue bat goes to the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
10% of this collection will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Clothing items are screen printed in the USA. Since the screen printing creates jobs and they have given almost $680,000 to charitable organizations we’ll list them here and hope that they can find an American source for their items.
Shore Trendz states the following. “Each year SHORE TRENDZ actively fund raises for and participates in the ‘Susan G. Komen RACE FOR THE CURE’ as well as ‘I Care, I Cure’ to find better treatments for childhood cancer.” They do not make it clear whether any contribution stems directly from sales of their Breast Cancer Awareness items.
QMT donates 50% of all For the Girls pink windchimes to The Joy of Life and The Women of Hope foundations.
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