October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we’re highlighting six Palisades Center businesses making a difference.
Aerie is proud to celebrate their 11th year partnering with Bright Pink, a non-profit dedicated to prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancers in young women. “Take care of your girls” with their limited-edition, soft cotton top where 100% of sales will go to charity. To learn more about life-saving resources and research efforts, click here.
Join the fight! Forever 21 is working with Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C) to make a difference. For every clothing item purchased from the Forever 21 X SU2C Breast Cancer Awareness Collection between October 1 – 31, 2020, Forever 21 will donate twenty percent (20%) of the purchase price to SU2C, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $5,000 to help all patients become long term survivors. Click here to view the collection.
Help fund the world’s most promising research from October 1st to October 15th. Round up your in store purchase, up to 99¢, or donate online to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. You can also shop fabulous clothing and accessories to help fund breast cancer research & awareness at The Pink Shop. To learn more about the campaign, click here.
For the month of October purchase a Solstice Cleaning Kit to keep your vision clear and Solstice will donate $1 per kit purchased to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Even better, at the end of the campaign Solstice will match raised funds.
Join the fight with the Torrid Foundation and shop their Breast Cancer Awareness Collection to show your support and help move us all closer to a world without breast cancer. A donation will be made by the Torrid Foundation in support of Susan G. Komen and The Canadian Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Early detection methods improve breast cancer survival rates, and Vans’ goal is to create awareness about a disease that affects everyone. Vans will donate a minimum of $200,000 of its proceeds to CoppaFeel! to ensure that thousands of people are educated on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. To view their collection, click here.