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Join Millions of Lovely
Ladies in Their Fight
Written by Julie Stone
More than 200,000 women will be diagnosed with
breast cancer in 2008. To help raise awareness and
some much-needed funds for research, the following
products benefit worthy charities and organizations.
So do some shopping and do some good, too.
1. Nashelle Hope Necklace. This hippie line of jewelry out of Oregon is donating 20 percent of sales from this necklace to www.heavencanwait.com, a company
2. IDI Breast Cancer Awareness Tees. Pick up one of these feminine
shirts not only for its stylish design but also for the 10 percent of proceeds that will benefit National Breast Cancer Foundation. | $33 | www.eyedeye.com 3.
dedicated to healing through minerals and vitamins. | $80 | www.nashelle.com
OtterBox Strength Cases. Donating 10 percent of the purchase price to Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, OtterBox offers these limited edition cases for our
necessary technological tools. | $50 for iPhone, $30 for iPod Nano | www.otterbox.com
4. Sintra Pink Jubilé. Rado, the high-end Swiss watch company,
will donate 10 percent of the retail sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for each timepiece purchased from now until September 2009. | $6,200 | www.
5. Pink Boxing Gloves. Beat the crap out of it. Sure to impress everyone in kickboxing class, these lovely lady gloves benefit the Breast Cancer
6. Art for the Cure. From the personal collection of Nancy G. Brinker, sister of Susan G. Komen, this exhibit
features the work of avant-garde artists from early 20th century Hungary. | $10 admission | www.phxart.org 7. Island Cowgirl Hope Bracelet. In honor of
Research Foundation. | $35 | www.everlast.com
her mother who had breast cancer, designer Heather Kraty created her Hope line to share the love with her faithful followers. | $160 | www.islandcowgirl.com
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