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Breast Cancer Awareness is here and brands across the board are offering pink and ribbon-themed products.
To help you give back with your purchase, we’ve rounded up companies that offer gear from makers that donate a portion of the proceeds to various cancer research centers, like the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Susan Love Foundation. Bookmark this page for future reference because we’ll be updating it regularly.
Below, take a look at the brands who give back during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
For October, the comfort brand released a pink patent version of its Homerun ballet flat that gives back. Aerosoles will give 20% of the proceeds of each sale to the Susan G. Komen foundation, the largest breast cancer organization in the United States.
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To buy: Aersoles Homerun Pink Patent; $89; Aersoles.com.
For the eighth consecutive year, luxury performance sneaker brand Athletic Propulsion Labs (APL) has teamed up with the Women’s Cancer Research Fund, a Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) program, this time on a limited-edition version of the brand’s TechLoom Tracer Running Shoe. The slip-on style, complete with a 3D stretch upper and proprietary Propelium technology for maximum energy return, is done in all-over pink with a satin heel tab in the shape of the breast cancer ribbon. It’s available in men’s and women’s sizes on Athleticpropulsionlabs.com for $230.
To buy: APL Techloom Tracer, $230; Athleticpropulsionlabs.com.
For the month of October, Cult Gaia will give 70% of the proceeds from its Breast Cancer Awareness capsule collection to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund to research spearheaded by Dr. Walter C. Willet. The pink collection features five items including the cult-favorite Nano Acrylic Ark Bag. The collection will be benefiting BCRF until the end of the year. Additionally, Cult Gaia will donate Turbands and facemasks to two local hospitals in Los Angeles, where the brand is based.
To buy: Cult Gaia Maya Sandal in Rose, $298; Cultgaia.com.
Dee Hilfiger’s namesake made-in-Italy brand donates 10% of proceeds year-round to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the largest funder of metastatic breast cancer research. Hilfiger also sits on the board of the organization. To learn more, go here.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month ! More than 42,000 people die from breast cancer in the U.S. every year – the vast majority to #metastaticbreastcancer . #researchisthereason we will get that number down to zero! That is why I continue to support @bcrfcure , the LARGEST private funder of MBC research. I am proud to sit on the board of this great and impressive organization as well as being a year round corporate sponsor. @deeocleppo donates 10% of all of our proceeds to this great cause. To learn more visit BCRF.org/donate and follow @bcrfcure #pinkoctober #breastcancerawareness #bcrf
Western boot brand Durango offers its pink-accented Lady Rebel boot year-round, which benefits the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research. The boot is done in full-grain leather with a pink shaft and breast cancer ribbon accent, as well as a Cushion Flex insole for added comfort. Originally $166, the boot now retails for $119 on Durangoboots.com. Durango will donate $2 for each pair sold, up to $35,000, to the Stefanie Spielman Fund.
To buy: Durango Benefiting Stefanie Spielman Women’s Western Boot, $119 was $166; Durango.com.
Easy Spirit brought back its Move For Pink collection for the month of October. The capsule features the brand’s longtime bestselling styles the Romy and Traveltime. The brand will donate 20% of proceeds from each style to support the research of world-renowned surgeon and physician Dr. Lisa Newman, a leading contributor to breast cancer research at Weill Cornell Medicine at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Once more, the comfort footwear brand will once again partner with FFANY Shoes On Sale which supports efforts in breast cancer research for its October initiative. The 2020 Move For Pink collection is now available on Easyspirit.com.
To buy: The Romy and Traveltime sneaker, $69; easyspirit.com.
Fabletics is donating 10% of the net proceeds from its Fighter 3-piece bundle outfit to breast cancer non-profit Bright Pink. The outfit is now available on Fabletics.com and in Fabletics retail stores nationwide. The brand also plans to have an exclusive in-store retail deal where shoppers can purchase a BCA-themed tote that Fabletics will donate 100% of the sales from. The in-store exclusive will be available at all 49 retail locations of the brand throughout October.
To buy: Fighter 3-piece bundle, $165; Fabletics.com.
Guess has partnered with the American non-profit The Get In Touch Foundation to release a watch and two pairs of sunglasses. The brand will be donating 20% of the sales of its Sparkling Pink Analog watch to the breast cancer awareness foundation. The watch, which retails for $95 is available now on Guess.com. Keep checking back for more details about the release of the two pairs of sunglasses, which are a collaboration with the Marcolin Group.
To buy: Guess Sparkling Pink Analog Watch, $95; Guess.com.
Custom slide sandal brand ISlide has partnered with BCRF on a collection of breast cancer awareness–themed slides. ISlide is donating 100% from the sale of these slides to the BCRF throughout the month of October. Retailing for $45 on the company’s website, the collection includes pink, gray and black styles emblazoned with empowering phrases like “Survivor” and “Hope Is the New Pink.”
To buy: ISlide BCRF Survivor slide, $45; ISlide.com.
E-commerce marketplace Jane is donating a portion of its proceeds from its Breast Cancer Awareness page to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For the month of October, you can head to the page that’s full of pink items including shoes and socks in women’s and kid’s sizes.
To buy: Muk Luks Kid’s Heat Retainer Socks, $7 (Was $15.); Jane.com.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Johnny Was has launched a pack of pink silk face masks as part of their Pretty in Pink campaign. For every mask pack of five purchased, the bohemian brand will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen foundation, Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund and the Memorial Hermann Foundation for the month of October.
To buy: Johnny Was Pink Silk Face Mask, Pack of 5, $40; Johnnywas.com.
Wedding designer Katie May is discounting and donating its pink masks for both adults and kids for the month of October. The brand is marking its pink masks down 15% off and will be donating 15% of all pink mask sales to the Susan G. Komen foundation. You can use the code PINK15 to apply the discount at checkout on Katiemay.com.
To buy: Katie May Pink Disco Ball with Ear Loops, $26 ($22 with code); Katiemay.com.
Philanthropy has been a core element of Kendra Scott’s booming business. In fact, she’s raised over $30 million for various charities to date. This October, the jewelry mogul is offering another round of charity-driven pieces that include bracelets, necklaces and charms. Kendra Scott will donate 20% of sales from the collection to the BCRF. The brand also offers butterfly charms on its website (each $20), with 50% of the proceeds from those benefiting the BCRF year-round. The pieces retail for $20 to $110 apiece and are available for purchase on KendraScott.com, as well as at select retailers, such as Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s.
On Oct. 13 the brand will also celebrate Holley Day, an all-day in-store fundraising event nationwide in memory of Kendra’s friend Holley Rothell Kitchen who lost her life to metastatic breast cancer. Kendra Scott stores nation-wide and online will give 20% of all purchases to the Inheritance of Hope, an organization that helps young families facing the loss of a parent.
To buy: Kendra Scott Breast Cancer Butterfly Charm, $25; KendraScott.com.
Mango is once again partnering with the FERO Foundation to celebrate International Breast Cancer day, which takes place on Oct. 19. The brand is offering a collection made up of t-shirts for both men and women as well as a cosmetics case. All sales will be donated to the FERO Foundation, which is dedicated to oncological research. Mango and the FERO Foundation have been working together since 2008 and together the two have launched a collection specifically to celebrate International Breast Cancer Day since 2017. The collection will be available on Mango.com starting Oct. 19.
NakedCashmere has generated over $200,000 in donations to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to date from its Love capsule collection. The brand is rolling out new styles for the month of October that features a range of cozy items for good. The 2020 collection features scarves, hats, socks, sweaters, slippers and a water bottle heater that range from $95-$250. The Love collection will be available exclusively at Nakedcashmere.com starting Oct. 1. For every purchase of the Love collection, the brand will donate $20-$50 (depending on the item) to the BCR Foundation.
To buy: NakedCashmere women’s mule slipper, $95; Nakedcashmere.com.
Natalie Mills is donating 30% of the proceeds from its sales of two of its pink face masks to breast cancer charity The Pink Fund. You can grab the Stella Sequin Face Mask in Dusty Rose and Destiny Crystal Face Masks in pink now on Nataliemills.com. The sparkly fabric face masks can instantly elevate shopper’s look and confidence with ease thanks to its statement-worthy embellishments.
To buy: Natalie Mills Stella Sequin Face Mask in Dusty Rose, $19.95; Nataliemills.com.
Oofos will donate 100% of the profits from the sale of its new Project Pink OOcloog to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and The Jimmy Fund for Cancer Research during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. The updated customer favorite will be available in a special pink colorway this month.
The Boston-based footwear brand started its Project Pink initiative when one of its first employees, Duncan Finnigan, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Although Finnigan lost her battle to breast cancer last year, the program continues to focus on aiding cancer research throughout the year. Oofos donates 2% of its sales on all purchases made on Oofos.com to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. To date, the brand has raised over $500,000 for the organization.
To buy: Oofos Project Pink Clogs, $80; Oofos.com.
Luxury shoe designer Roger Vivier is also participating in Breast Cancer Awareness month by partnering with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Roger Vivier will donate 10% of each sale of its Pink Flower Strass Pumps to BCRF. The French footwear brand has pledged to fund 200 hours of breast cancer research this year. The $1,795 shoe is available to purchase now on Rogervivier.com.
To buy: Pink Flower Strass Pumps, $1,795; Rogervivier.com
Ruthie Davis’ will give 20% of the proceeds for every sale of its #wordsofencouragement heel to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (or NBCF). The $598 pink heel will be available in extended gender-fluid sizing from sizes 35-42 on Ruthiedavis.com for the month of October.
To buy: Ruthie Davis #WordsofEncouragement Heel, $498; Ruthiedavis.com.
Luxury handbag and accessories brand Senreve is teaming up with the World Cancer Research Fund to give 20% of sales net proceed on select pink items for the month of October. Items for sale include Italian leather handbags, a silk scarf and shearling slippers available now on Senreve.com.
To buy: Senreve Pink Shearling Slippers, $215; Senreve.com.
Sticky Be Socks
For the month of October, Sticky Be Socks is giving 15% of sales from their limited-edition Be Brave Breast Cancer Grip Docks to The Breasties, an organization whose mission is to empower those who are affected by breast and reproductive cancers. The no-slip socks are available to purchase for $16 on Stickybsocks.com in two styles.
To buy: Sticky B Socks Be Brave Breast Cancer Grip Socks, $16; Stickbsocks.com.
Storied Hats and The Goods Mart have come together to offer three hats featuring pink motifs for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A portion of the proceeds from both in-store and online purchases will go to non-profit F Cancer. When purchased in-store at The Goods Mart’s New York location, the brand will give 100% of the proceeds to the non-profit cancer organization. When purchased on Storiedhats.com, 20% of the proceeds will go to the F Cancer. The three hats are retailed for $35-$38 on Storiedhats.com and The Goods Mart in NYC.
To buy: Storied Hats x F Cancer the Blossom Hat, $38; Storiedhats.com.
To buy: Tai Jewelry Enamel Heart Necklace, $45; Taijewelry.com.
The Peoples Mask Breast Cancer Ribbon Face Masks
The Peoples Mask will donate $6 from the sale of its Breast Cancer Ribbon face masks to The Breast Cancer Society of Canada. Available in black and white, these breast cancer awareness masks also come with a bonus hot pink filter for maximum protection. Shoppers can find the masks available for purchase now on Thepeoplesmask.com.
To buy: The Peoples Mask x The Breast Cancer Society of Canada, $20; Thepeoplesmask.com.
Tiem, women’s indoor cycling shoe brand, continues to donate 10% of the sales of its Vivid Pink Slipstream shoe to the BCRF year-round. The $130 shoe is available on Tiemathletic.com.
To buy: Tiem Slipstream in Vivid Pink, $130; Tiemathletic.com.
Sustainable footwear line Third Mind is donating 10% of all sales from its shoes sold through October and November to SHARE Cancer Support, a non-profit that focuses on underserved communities who are affected by breast, ovarian, uterine and metastatic breast cancer.
To buy: Thirdmind The Brian Cap Toe, $125; Wearethirdmind.com.
South African footwear brand Veldskoen is giving 15% of all proceeds from its Pink Heritage Vellies to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation during October. The shoes are available for both men and women for $136 and $99 for kids.
To buy: Veldskoen Pink Heritage Vellies, $136; Veldskoenshoes.com.
The Vera Bradley Foundation has raised over $34.6 million since 1993 in efforts to improve therapies for some of the most difficult-to-treat types of breast cancer. For October, Vera Bradley is releasing a limited-edition bags, wallets and face masks in its Felicity Paisley and Felicity Paisley Pink colorway at Vera Bradley stores and online starting October 1. Until the end of the year, 100% of face mask proceeds will be donated to the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. You can also make a donation directly online at Verabradley.org.
To buy: Vera Bradley Pleated Face Mask 2 Pack in Felicity Paisley, $25; Verabradley.com.
Through Wolford’s Pink Ribbon Campaign, 10% of the proceeds from its Classic Care Masks and select lingerie pieces will be given to breast cancer research institutes across the United States, Germany and France. For purchases made in the U.S., the hosiery brand will donate its proceeds from both its masks and select lingerie pieces to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
To buy: Wolford Classic Care Mask, $35; Wolford.com.
Womenswear line Zoey Reva is giving 30% of the proceeds from its Pink Skies tie-dye loungewear set to Susan G. Komen foundation for the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The tie-dye set is available for $88 on Zoeyreva.com.
To buy: Zoey Reva Pink Skies Set, $88; Zoeyreva.com.