October is breast cancer awareness month and as with past years, many brands are donating a percentage of their sales (on certain products) to charity. Here are some of brands we’ve found that are supporting breast cancer awareness this October, along with the donation amount that the brands will be giving per product.
Philip Kingsley No Scent No Colour Shampoo and No Scent No Colour Conditioner
A percentage of each bottle sold is donated to Look Good Feel Better, a charity dedicated to improving the wellbeing and self-confidence of people undergoing treatment for any type of cancer.
25p is donated for every 75ml bottle and 50p from every 250ml bottle of Philip Kingsley No Scent, No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner. These donations are taken throughout the year, not just for the month of October. Price: £19.50 each from www.philipkingsley.co.uk
Bloom Magic Limited Edition Ma Cherie Hatbox
Bloom Magic have launched a stunning Limited Edition Ma Cherie hatbox to raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation. With every hatbox sold, Bloom Magic will donate 10% of profits to the charity for the month of October. This gorgeous arrangement consists of 18 cerise roses and is available in a white or black hatbox. Price: £55.00 from www.bloommagicflowers.co.uk
Jo Malone Red Roses 100ml Cologne
Jo Malone London will be donating £20 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation from every sale of their Red Roses 100ml Cologne (RRP £98) throughout October 2019. The Breast Cancer Campaign is The Estée Lauder Companies’ largest corporate philanthropic initiative. Evelyn H. Lauder launched The BCA Campaign in 1992 with the co- creation of the Pink Ribbon, the universal symbol for breast health.
Purchase the 100ml Jo Malone London Red Roses Cologne and £20 will be donated from every £98 sale throughout October 2019. www.jomalone.co.uk
Bioflow creates dedicated band to raise funds for Pink Ribbon Foundation
Bioflow, the leading manufacturer of magnetic therapy products worldwide has signed a two year fundraising partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Part of the partnership sees Bioflow launch a dedicated pink Sport Flex Magnetic Therapy wristband, sales of which will raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
The Pink Ribbon wristband will retail at £30 with Bioflow committing 10% of sales of all Bioflow Pink Ribbon bands to the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Money raised will support further investment into important care and support for breast cancer patients, their families and carers. Bioflow’s Pink Ribbon wristband is available on line at www.bioflow.com/uk
Pink Tractor Toy for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Britains, Europe’s oldest specialist in creating scale farm model collectibles, is turning its Valtra pink this October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The limited-edition authentic 1:32 scale model replica will launch to market with £1 from each sale going to Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
In April, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now came together to create the UK’s first comprehensive breast cancer charity. The money raised through sales of the pink Valtra will help the charity fund life-saving breast cancer research and life changing support for those affected by breast cancer.
With only 7,500 tractors available, the Pink Valtra is a replica of the full-size machines from the Finnish manufacturer and is constructed from die cast metal and plastic. Packed with lots of innovative features, including a sturdy AGCO engine for bulletproof reliability, a removable T Series cab, a working steering wheel, an A-frame front hitch and 9” SmartTouch screen that puts Valtra Guide, U-pilot headland management and tractor control at your fingertips, the tractor is suitable for both indoor and outdoor play.
Pink Valtra is priced at £34.99, suitable for kids and collectors aged 3 years + Stockists include; Farm Toys Online, Toymaster and most independent toy stores.