Now more than ever, consumerism is often driven by product mindfulness.

With an overwhelming amount of brand and product selections to choose from, shoppers are narrowing down their options to companies that share their values, particularly those making charitable efforts and practicing social responsibility.

Your brand can cultivate a deeper sense of community involvement during Breast Cancer Awareness events. Featuring products with give back initiatives is not only more appealing to mindful consumers, but will also help fund research in support of an amazing cause. Check out how some of our premiere vendors are using their unique products to join the fight against breast cancer.


S’well has been on our do-good radar since its launch in 2010. Along with their partnerships with UNICEF, (RED) and other charities, the woman-owned company is teaming up with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation this October. The special edition Bikini Pink Bottle serves as a reminder to be thankful for survivors, remember those we’ve lost and educate women on early detection. For every Bikini Pink bottle sold, 20% of the proceeds are donated to BCRF.

Pura Vida

Pura Vida Bracelets provides sustainable jobs to artisans around the world while raising awareness for hundreds of charities. Their latest bracelet design donates 10 percent of net profits for each of their pink bracelets to Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC). B4BC is a non-profit foundation that advocates for early detection and engaging in a healthy, active lifestyle as a means for breast cancer prevention.


Sock101 is another company committed to giving back. The simple, no cost Socks for a Cause program was developed by the brand to assist a multitude of organizations and charities. This year, the Breast Cancer Awareness Sock made in partnership with Susan G. Komen proudly features a bright and bold Breast Cancer Ribbon print. A generous $3 of every sock sold is donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Diane Katzman

2018 marks the 11th anniversary for “Breast Cancer Warrior” Diane Katzman as being cancer-free. To celebrate, Diane and her team have committed to raising $1 million for breast cancer charities! They’ve developed a customizable program to raise money, awareness and participation for this worthy cause.

You have the ability to promote your brand with purpose. Use promotional merchandise that gives back to reach widespread audiences and support causes that matter. Contact your Staples Representative to get started making a difference today.