Get these pink — and one blue — items that support breast cancer programs.
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LOFT jewelry, $69, $39.50
LOFT partnered with local jewelry design duo HOLST+LEE to create a limited edition set of earrings and necklace, with 70 percent of the purchase price going to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through Nov. 15.www.loft.com
Asics GT-1000, $100
Asics’ third pink collection in collaboration with Christina Applegate’s Right Action for Women includes this pink-accented version of its best-selling GT-1000 3 PR sneaker. The company has pledged up to $150,000 based on sales. www.asicsamerica.com
Nike Fast Pace Running Top, $32
JCPenney Cares supports various organizations that raise awareness and provide services like mammograms. This month, customers will have the option to round up their in-store purchases to the nearest dollar, which will be distributed to groups including the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. www.jcpenney.com
ONEHOPE Wine Pink 365 Gift Box, $49
Half of the profits from each chardonnay box set to fund clinical trials through The Gateway to Cancer Research.www.onehopewine.com
The allergy friendly and gluten-free chocolate chip cookies will come in a limited edition package this month. Share a sweet bite to benefit the American Cancer Society, which Lucy’s is supporting with a $50,000 donation. www.drlucys.com
Estee Lauder Companies
Estee Lauder is highlighting survivors and supporters with first-person stories throughout the year through the “Hear our stories. Share yours.” campaign. Each brand under its umbrella will contribute to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. www.BCAcampaign.com
And something blue: Nine West
For a fifth year, Nine West will raise awareness and funds for breast cancer through in-store and social media campaigns to benefit Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Upload a photo of yourself wearing these blue pumps to Instagram or Twitter with #9WFTBC and tag @NineWest, and the company will make a donation to FTBC, up to $275,000. Order a pair online at www.ninewest.com starting today, or find them in stores beginning Oct. 6. And from Oct. 15-21, with every purchase in store or online of $125 or more, Nine West will donate $25 to FTBC.