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Think Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Gifts

It’s October, which means the shelves—and online shopping carts—are chock-full of products that support breast cancer research. Here are our favorite feel-good finds.

1. Pink Leather Frame ($120). Beloved family photos will pop in this 5-by-7-inch goatskin frame. Graphic Image will donate 25 percent of net profits to the Ellen Hermanson Foundation.

2. Georgetown Cupcakes ($29). Washington’s favorite cupcakery will donate the full price of each “Susan G. Komen Dozen” to the Suzan G. Komen for the Cure.

3. Paisley Ribbon Tie
($45). Even Dad can show his support with this stylish silk tie. Proceeds will benefit breast cancer awareness programs, education, and research.

4. Lucia Vineyards Lucy Wine
($18). This crisp Rosé has hints of red raspberry, watermelon, and orange blossoms. One dollar from every bottle will be donated to breast cancer research. To order call 800-946-3130.

5. Global Breast Cancer Crusade Pin ($3). Stick it to breast cancer with this sleek silver-tone pin. Avon says 100 percent of net profits will benefit the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade.

6. KitchenAid Stand Mixer
($400). Channel your inner-Martha Stewart with this limited-edition mixer. Williams-Sonoma will donate a portion of sales to Susan G. Komen Cook for the Cure.

7. Decorated Home Candle
($65). Jo Malone’s Red Roses candle releases a clean, floral blend for up to 45 hours. The company will donate $20,000 to the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.

8. Estée Lauder Compact
($55). Glam up your beauty routine with this bejeweled compact—it’s filled with Lucidity Translucent Pressed Powder and comes in a velvety pouch. Estée Lauder will donate 20 percent of profits to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

9. Gerbera Daisies Bouquet
($40). Transform any room with this uplifting medley of daisies and waxflowers. ProFlowers will donate 10 percent of profits to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

10. Philosophy Shower Gel
($20). This creamy three-in-one formula contains hints of tangerine nectar. Philosophy will donate 100 percent to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.

11. Butterfly Necklace
($220). Cast from a vintage brooch, this bronze necklace proves that charity and chicness go hand-in-hand. CatBird will donate 50 percent of profits to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

12. Tweezerman
($20). Everyone’s favorite slanted tweezer has been updated with a pink ribbon print and flecks of glitter. A portion of sales will benefit breast cancer research.

13. Essie Nail Polish
($8). Essie’s “Breast Cancer Awareness” shade delivers a sheer, sophisticated finish, guaranteed to flatter every skin tone. Proceeds will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

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