Pink Products Round-Up

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Pink Ribbon Berries

A guilt-free splurge is the best and with 10% of revenues going to the Susan G. Komen foundation, these chocolate-covered strawberries are even better. Send a dozen ($55) to a friend (or yourself!) Buy it here
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Tomboy Tools Pink Traveler

The Pink Traveler tool kit ($80) attracted a lot of attention when it arrived at our office-even hardware looks adorable when done up in bubblegum pink! Three dollars of every traveler purchased is donated to the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.
Photo courtesy of Tomboy Tools

Breast Cancer Education Bracelet

These custom-made silver and rose quartz bracelets ($125) are the brainchild of innovative breast cancer doctor Beth DuPree and her niece, jewelry designer Jenni B. Designed to raise awareness, small rose quartz pieces near the clasp clock in at 8mm, the average size of a lump when detected early through routine mammogram. The beads increase in size, representing the sizes found through self-examinations. Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Beth DuPree

Lacoste Beach Towel

Hang onto the feel-good mood of summer by shopping Lacoste’s pink beach themed collection: 10% of October sales will go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. It’s hard picking from the assortment of totes, belts and flip flops, but we decided to start with this cheerfully preppy towel to get started. Next on our list? The men’s washed polo with oversized croc logo. Who doesn’t love a man in pink? Buy it here starting October 1
Photo courtesy of Lacoste

Rebook Premier Road Plus KFS VI

Don’t let the baby blue shade fool you-Reebok’s new running shoe ($95) is pure pink. Proceeds benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, and the shoe’s Kinetic Fit technology is invaluable if you’re participating in the walk. Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Reebok

Teleflora Pink Hope Bouquet

Lightly scented roses and lilies aren’t the only thing sweet about this arrangement. In its third partnership, Teleflora is donating 15% of each bouquet ($50) to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Keep the glossy orchid vase to maintain a little pink year-round. Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Teleflora

Lisa for LOFT Bracelet

Three’s company for Ann Taylor LOFT, designer Lisa Salzer and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Salzer’s limited edition pieces, termed Lisa for LOFT, include this multi-strand brass bracelet with a vibrant interwoven fuchsia silk ribbon ($24.50). Five dollars from each bracelet sold will go to The Brest Cancer Research Foundation. Buy it here
Photo courtesy of LOFT

CrescendO Pink Wine Glasses

Toast to finding a cure with Riedel’s limited edition stemless wine glasses. The set of four ($70) is Riedel’s fourth product benefiting Living Beyond Breast Cancer, with 15% of each individual sale going to the nonprofit. Each glass is a different shade of pink, and we’re already giddy envisioning our rosé in rose! Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Riedel Crystal

Harvest Hope Mat

One of five designs, Carpet One’s Harvest Hope indoor/outdoor mat ($25) is available year-round and imparts an inspiring message whether you’re coming or going. Since the first designs were released in 2004, over $800,000 dollars have been raised for research in the U.S. and Canada. Available in-store, find a location here
Photo courtesy of Carpet One

KitchenAid Pass The Plate

Out of all of KitchenAid’s Cook for the Cure line, this handy serving tray ($25) with a mission takes the cake. Register your plate after purchase and pass it on to a friend (with a delish dish of course!) and check in online to share your story and see the plate pass from person to person. Buy it here
Photo: shopkitchenaid.com

Vado Pocket Video Cam

Recording memories is easier with this lightweight pocket cam ($100). Simple to use and upload from, this digital camcorder has two hours of recording time. The only thing sweeter? 10% of proceeds will benefit The Pink Agenda, an organization focused on raising funds and awareness. Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Vado

Save the Ta-tas Tee

Tongue in cheek to say the least, Save the Ta-tas donates to grassroots volunteer organization the Concern Foundation for Cancer Research. The brand’s slogan, "laughter heals", is omnipresent through its designs, like our favorite over-40 tee: "My ta-tas have fallen and they can’t get up" ($26). Buy it here--
Photo courtesy of Save the Tatas

Pink Pony Cap

Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony emblem has become a go-to fashion icon for breast cancer research. The pink and black offerings for this fall are diverse, including a yoga mat, cashmere pullover and, our pick, a baseball cap ($40). Who knew bad hair days could actually help find a cure? Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Beemster Pink RIbbon Cheese

Dutch cheese brand Beemster is turning pink! For every pound sold of its limited-edition Vlaskaas cheese ($11-$17), 50 cents will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. With a pledge to donate a $10,000 minimum, it’s a cheese with a cause. Buy it at national food chains such as Safeway, Bristol Farms and A&P through the end of October Buy
Photo courtesy of Beemster

Wilson Hope Golf Club Set

Be un-apologetically feminine next time you’re on the golf course with these pink clubs ($200). Girls should stick together, on the freeway or off, and 1% of all Hope products sold benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation ($100,000 annually.) Buy it here
Photo courtesy of Target

First Published Mon, 2009-09-14 11:28

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