These are the brands donating to Breast Cancer Awareness Month – with products starting from £1.50

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual fundraiser that happens during October.

We see fashion, home, and beauty brands either bringing out new collections especially for the event or they take proceeds from stock and donate them to such worthy charities.

Luckily, this is one event that Covid can’t ruin this year as we’ve sadly seen Gay Pride and the London Marathon be cancelled or postponed.

This year there are many brands that will be helping to raise funds for important charities and if you’re stuck indoors, you can still purchase all of the products online in the comfort of your own home.

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite charitable buys below…


T-Shirt, £19

This simple T–shirt from Damart doesn’t only look great but it’s also thermal so it’ll give you that little bit of warmth now that the cold is setting in. The T–shirt is available in sizes 8-28 and a £5 donation will be made to Breast Cancer Now from the sale of each item.


Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, £115

This is Elemis’ No.1 best selling anti–wrinkle moisturiser and now it comes available in this stunning pink packaging specially designed for Breast Cancer Awareness month. For the 20th year in a row, Elemis is donating £10 from every sale of the limited edition item to Breast Cancer Now and has guaranteed to give a minimum of £40,000 to the amazing charity.

Asda & George at Asda

Muffins, £1.50

Diffuser, £4

Pyjamas, £10

Notebook, £3

Sports Bra, £8

Leggings, £12.50

Every year for the past 24 years, Asda has rolled out their Tickled Pink campaign and raised over £68million for Breast Cancer Charities. This year they have partnered up with CoppaFeel! alongside Breast Cancer Now to help change the future of Breast Cancer in the UK. Asda and George have released a wide range of products from homeware, fashion and even food to help raise important funds. 10% of most products will go towards the charities, whilst other items have a fixed donation price.

The Natural Deodorant Co.

Clean Deodorant Balm, £12.50

This October, The Natural Deodorant Co. is supporting breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! When you purchase one of their Clean Deodorant Balm in Palmarosa + Mandarin, they will donate 10% of its sales to the amazing charity.


Yellow Bralette, £18

Yellow thong, £18

Pink striped pyjama set, £22

Yellow satin eyemask, £5

Pink T–shirt, £10

Fashion e-tailer boohoo has partnered up with breast cancer awareness charity, Know Your Lemons Foundation to release a new charitable collection. Within the collection you will find a range of underwear and pyjamas which are perfect to lounge around in, as well as the odd T–shirt. Each piece has care labels in them as a reminder to take care of yourself and check your breasts. Boohoo will be donating £40,000 from 100% of sales on the collection.


Hair dryer, £159

Platinum+ hair straightener, £189

Gold hair straighter, £149

ghd have partnered with Breast Cancer Now to raise awareness of checking yourself. The new powdered pink collection features three of the brands best products which all have the important message of “Take Control Now” written on them. For every sale, £10 will help breast cancer charities across the globe.


Trainers, £57

Footwear brand Skechers have chosen their GOrun Fast – Uplifted trainers to help raise important funds for Breast Cancer Now. For every pink ribbon shoe sold, the brand will donate £5 to the incredible charity.

Cath Kidston

Mug, £7

Cushion, £25

Raincoat, £50

Pyjama set, £55 (available soon)

Robe, £55 (available soon)

Cath Kidston is a much loved brand by many and this October they’ve launched the ‘Spot It’ campaign which aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Taking on it’s most iconic prints, the brand have created two stunning new limited edition items in collaboration with Breast Cancer Now.

What’s even better is that throughout the whole of October 10% of every sale from the new items along with the Button Spot range will go towards the charity.

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