Companies that give back during Breast Cancer Month



Buy these products and help women with breast cancer

Help these companies support breast cancer organizations

For women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than those for any other cancer, besides lung cancer. About 43,600 women in the U.S. are expected to die in 2021 from breast cancer. Death rates have been steady in women under 50 since 2007 but have continued to drop in women over 50. The overall death rate from breast cancer decreased by 1% per year from 2013 to 2018. These decreases are thought to be the result of treatment advances and earlier detection through screening. 

The companies listed below are helping out with donations to breast cancer organizations during the month of October. Check out their products and help them out too.


Want to be matchy-matchy with your pet? This women-owned company is the place to do it. They have cute little charms that slide onto a necklace and their cork collars for cats and dogs. The products are well-made, and the charms are beautiful. 

I wore the one we got in the office and immediately got compliments when I was out and about. All of October, they will be donating 20% of their proceeds from their LOVE collection of collars and leashes, as well as, from their Rose Quartz Sliders to an organization helping young people diagnosed with breast cancer, Young Survival Coalition

Check out their best-selling LOVE 3 PACK for your pets or any of their ROSE QUARTZ SLIDERS (MOON, DIAMOND, or PYRAMID) to add to chains for people.  

Buy the Rose Quartz Moon charm for $33.33 on Diphda




We got the Pink Wand 4 Pack and these babies work great. Imagine no more headaches or other side effects that come after enjoying that beloved glass. PureWine offers two unique filtration systems that eliminate the histamines and sulfites that cause wine allergies without altering the flavor of your delicious reds and whites. Easy to put into your purse if you are going out and small enough to store at home too. Pop into your glass of wine, wait 3 minutes and enjoy!

PureWine is partnering with the Me Squared Cancer Foundation and will be giving back 10% off all sales from the following pink items during the month of October: The Phoenix Reusable Wine Purifier, Pink Wand 4 Pack, and The Pink Wave.

Buy the 4 pack for $11.99 on PureWine and Skimlinks



If your curls are out of control, you can give your hair the love it needs to stay hydrated and healthy this winter! We got a sample of the Jello Shot product and it left my daughters super curly hair soft and manageable. They are made from all natural ingredients.

Ecoslay is giving away a portion of proceeds from their Jello Shot sales to Painted Pink this October! Pick from their Matcha Boost to strengthen brittle, dehydrated hair and Banana Cream to deep condition and add hydration during the cold, winter months. 

All products are handmade in Atlanta, GA, and come in NEW sustainable, reusable packaging.

Price: Starting at $18+, Available on Ecoslay and Amazon



I just got a sweatshirt and pair of sweatpants from GUERRIERS which is donating 15% of all October sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

OMG is all I have to say. They are really comfy, super soft inside and made with a nice heavy fabric. A big bonus for me is that it has 2 side pockets and one in the back. 

The company describes them as bold, stylish, and active, which they are. The name is French for warriors and when you wear the brand, you’ll be ready for whatever the day brings. GUERRIERS features edgy silhouettes and comfortable fabrics for women who haven’t time to waste. Be sure to get some soon.

Price: $50+, Available on GUERRIERS and Skimlinks



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