It’s officially Pinktober! Not only is October my favorite months for all of the Fall favorites, I love it because it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since my favorite color is pink and I know many women affected by breast cancer, it’s a charitable cause that I can get behind.
I’ve rounded up some fun PINK products that support Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each of these items donates a portion proceeds to a charitable fund, for the cause.
ProSource Pink Products
ProSource is teaming up with Breast Cancer Charities of America and donating 5% on ALL pink purchase this October.
My pick: ProSource Arched Back Stretching Device
I always have a tight lower back and this looks like a great piece of equipment to keep in your home gym, next to your foam roller! It might even relieve that pain from sitting in a desk all day.
AfterShokz Trek Titanium Pink Headphones
Whether you’re going for run or just catching up on your favorite podcast on the subway, keep your tunes close and your headset tangle-free with these wireless headphones. From now until Oct. 31, AfterShokz will donate 25% of proceeds to Bright Pink, a non-profit that focuses on breast and ovarian cancer awareness and education.
Sabre Red Pepper Spray
While I hope you will never be in a situation where you’d need to use pepper spray, it doesn’t hurt to protect yourself. Sabre, one of the most trusted brands by police, will be donating proceeds from its breast cancer line of products to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
New Balance Ribbon Tee
Sport your support in style by rocking this ribbon tee from New Balance. It’s perfect for the gym or for an October race. New Balance donates a portion of proceeds to the Susan G Komen foundation.
Bosu Balance Trainer
I own this exact Bosu and love it for my home gym! I love using it for lunges, pushups, planks and more. Bosu is donating a portion of all proceeds to the Susan G Komen foundation.
Note: This post contains affiliate links & I am not associated with any charitable fund.
Do you have a favorite charity that you support for a personal cause?