There are lots of brands that make charitable contributions and raise awareness with limited edition BCA products and this year I wanted to focus on companies that donate more than a nominal amount of the proceeds from the sale of those products to various breast cancer research and treatment organizations. Here’s my list!
Stella and Dot has a Breast Cancer Awareness Boutique featuring the items above. During the month of October, for each item purchased from the boutique, Stella and Dot will donate 100% of the net proceeds to the Noreen Fraser Foundation which is focused on curing all women’s cancers. All items are available at the Stella and Dot Shop for a Cause Boutique.
RAMY Beauty Therapy is donating 100% of proceeds from the sale of this luscious lip duo to Young Survival Coalition. Ramy Gafni, cancer survivor and founder says, “It’s important for brands to push for what they believe in. For me, it’s finding a cure for cancer.” The Bella Ariella lipstick and Lucky in Love lip gloss are available at ramy.com and Duane Reade stores nationwide.
The Girls Are Alright collection from Paul Mitchell features limited edition products showcasing powerful statements to help spread the word about early detection. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, when breast cancer is detected early, at the localized stage, the five-year survival rate is 98 percent.