Do your part to support Women’s Cancer Awareness Month by investing or participating in one of these fundraising products or events. Proceeds go toward research and awareness efforts to fight breast and ovarian cancer.
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Cookies for a Cure
The Buttercream Frosted Heart Cut-out Cookie by Cheryl's is sweet in more ways than one: 10 percent of proceeds will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation throughout the month of October -- and they're absolutely delicious.
This October, ULTA is stepping up to fight breast cancer, creating a visual testament to the power of women battling the disease by papering their windows with letters and notes of encouragement. For the first 50,000 letters and notes written in-store, $1 per note will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Donors also receive special prizes and gifts.
Orbit White Gum and E! News host Giuliana Rancic have partnered with this national campaign to help young women be proactive about their breast health. The campaign's website is loaded with tips every woman should know.
Since 2007, this incredible program has donated thousands of ponytails to make real-hair wigs for women battling cancer. More than 60 percent of those locks have been donated by children under the age of 16. Do your part and see if your next hair trim can help a breast cancer survivor's hair needs.
Tickle yourself pink by supporting breast cancer awareness at Overstock.com. They're offering a ton of products that support the fight against breast cancer. Proceeds benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Not a product, but if you're looking to answer some questions about breast cancer and how to prevent the disease, one of the best resources to turn to is JustAnswer. Filled with advice from doctors across the country, the beefed-up site is an important resource for women looking for ways to battle the disease.
Link With Pink is a student-led, service-oriented committee at Hinsdale Middle School in Illinois. It's is also a team of participants in the Chicago Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. Together, they raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.