Finding that just-right gift is always a thrill. And watching your loved one’s eyes light up as the present is revealed adds extra joy to the holiday. Now you can spread even more cheer knowing that a percentage of your purchase will go to support breast cancer programs at City of Hope.
Several generous companies have partnered with City of Hope to support breast cancer research, treatment and education programs. By combining your giving spirit with theirs, you can give quality gifts this holiday while helping City of Hope defeat this life-threatening illness.
Post-It has been an avid supporter of City of Hope’s breast cancer awareness efforts since 2004. The maker of innovative office products donates a percentage of sales of specially-marked pink ribbon-embossed items to City of Hope.
You can find more details about the offer on their donations Web site.
Sanford (Newell Rubbermaid)
Sanford Office Products has committed a minimum of $720,000 to City of Hope for 2009-2010 through the sales of their pink office products. Two of the participating brands include Rolodex, which is donating $1 for each pink pad folio and 50 cents for each pink organizer sold. Parker Pens is donating $1 for each Jotter pen sold.
Rolodex, Parker Pens and several other Sanford products are continuing their promotions through Dec. 31, 2010.
MWV - MeadWestvaco
MWV, the global office products manufacturer of AT-A-GLANCE and Cambridge, has donated over $500,000 since 2008 for breast cancer research, treatment and education at City of Hope through the sales of their pink-ribboned organizers and notepads.
Jennifer Fisher Jewelry
As part of The Style Network’s “Fight With Style” campaign, Jennifer Fisher Jewelry offers gold and silver necklaces through August 2010. Each gold necklace sold results in $50 and each silver necklace sold results in $10 for City of Hope.
Skin and body care company LATHER and One Life to Live star Andrea Evans have teamed to create the “Soap for Hope” collection. Through Sept. 2010, LATHER will donate $5 from the sale of each Sandalwood Rose Soap and $12 from the sale of each “Soap for Hope” Gift Set to support breast cancer programs at City of Hope.
Kick off the year right with KALYX! Women’s athletic apparel company, KALYX Technologies, is donating $1 from the sale of each Team KALYX calendar — to a maximum of $5,000 — in support of City of Hope’s breast cancer research, treatment and education programs. Program ends Dec. 31, 2010.