Consumers can request that a portion of the proceeds from an online purchase be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 that’s committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer.
For those who want to show their support by wearing the movement’s signature pink, Miami Gardens, Fla.-based Therafit has a range of styles available. Included in the offering is the Flora, a leather flip-flop retailing for $109; the Deborah sneaker at $95; the Sienna side-zip sneaker at $69; the Maya casual slip-on at $69; the Paloma leopard-print sneaker at $199, and the Sandy flip-flop at $59.
The company does not limit its fundraising for breast cancer to October. Anytime a purchase is made through its website, a donation can be made to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Therafit helps support various charities throughout the year that include the Animal Rescue Mission, United Way as well as Educate Tomorrow, a nonprofit dedicated to helping youth achieve academic excellence in the U.S. and in Africa.