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8 Brands that share a lock of hope in celebration, helping and joining the campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

By: Tahiry Sanchez

October is not just the month of pumpkins, ghosts, and goblins. Falling temperatures and changing foliage colors also herald Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Some of your favorite companies create products and collections each year to support breast cancer research and services for individuals who are fighting the good fight.

See which companies are giving back in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the list below.

1. Owl’s Brew
Owl’s Brew is proud to present a long-time partnership with Keep A Breast. KAB’s mission is to reduce cancer risk and its impact globally through art, education, prevention, and action. For every social media post with #DrinkWiseDrinkPink Owl’s Brew will donate $1 to Keep A Breast. Talk about an amazing idea, especially with the high use of social media to create awareness, but not only that, how you are drinking healthy in the most fun and flavorful way.



2. Easy Spirit Breast Cancer Awareness Sneakers

Easy Spirit’s ‘Move For Pink’ Romy sneaker ($69)

With the release of their brand-new “Move for Pink” capsule collection, which includes two shoe designs, Easy Spirit confirmed its yearly involvement in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Beginning on October 1st, in cooperation with Breastcancer.Org, whose goal is to offer free professional advice and assistance to anybody impacted by breast cancer wherever in the globe. To support the cause, Easy Spirt has agreed to donate 20% of sales from their “Move for Pink” capsule collection.



3. Guess X Sequel Watches for Breast Cancer Awareness

In order to raise money for The Get In Touch Foundation U.S., Guess partnered with Sequel to develop a limited-edition capsule collection that included two stylish watches. The foundation was established as a non-profit organization with the goal of enabling everyone to make breast health simple, appropriate, and habitual by offering free and accessible information.







4. Mango Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign 

Under the Made of Seams idea, created by the McCann creative agency, Mango has begun its partnership with the FERO Foundation this year. The Mango X Fero collection includes certain clothes with exposed baby pink seams and labels that make allusion to mastectomy scars.

5. Argaux

Perhaps you don’t require any new clothing and all you desire at the end of the day is a beautiful glass of wine. Each sale of Argaux’s rosé kit will result in a donation to City of Hope, an organization dedicated to the study of women’s cancer. Two engraved stemless wine glasses, one bottle of the 2020 Storm Watch Hill Vineyard Grenache Rosé, and one bottle each of the 2021 Chateau Barbebelle Aix-en-Provence Cuvée Madeleine’ Rosé are included in the set. Let’s sip all day rosé.





6. Beachwaver Co. Polynesian Pink Sugar Fragrance

Buy The Beachwaver Co.’s Pink Sugar Fragrance, charcoal shampoo bar, or fragrance rollerball, and 100 percent of all proceeds will benefit the Young Survival Coalition.


7. Vera Bradley

Vera Bradley, who is well-known for her exquisite quilted bags and pouches, has always made sure that you may carry your goods in style. The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, a non-profit started by Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and Patricia Miller after one of Vera Bradley’s first sales representatives, Mary Sloan, passed away from breast cancer, will receive 100% of the proceeds from the brand’s Charity Pouch bag during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Additionally, the company will give the charity 20% of the proceeds from the sale of items from its Happiness Returns Pink and Rose Toile collections.


8. Alex and Ani Ribbon Charm Bracelet

The ribbon charm bracelet from Alex and Ani stands out among the many lovely jewelry items they provide, especially considering that 20% of the price of it is donated to the breast cancer prevention organization of your choosing. Other breast cancer awareness materials are now accessible on the website.


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