Cause Marketing Programs

City of Hope partners with a variety of venerable brands to help raise funds for our groundbreaking research. Please support our fight to find a cure by making your next purchases with them. Donations to City of Hope go directly into research.


Current Partnerships

Since 2008, ACCO Brands has offered an array of pink-branded office products and supplies including AT-A-GLANCE calendars, planners and notebooks in support of breast cancer research, treatment and educational efforts at City of Hope. Mead Products LLC organizational products are available year-round at office superstores and national retailers with targeted promotions surrounding Mother’s Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Over the duration of the program, ACCO Brands has donated nearly $4 million to City of Hope.
Since 2015, Beauty Gem has supported City of Hope’s research, treatment and education. Beauty Gem has created unique licensed jewelry and donates five percent of net sales to City of Hope. To date, Beauty Gem has donated nearly $40,000 to further City of Hope’s mission.
BeautyKind is a new kind of online retailer that allows people to buy the brands they love and discover new favorites, all while supporting the cause of their choice. When people make a purchase and designate City of Hope as their charity, BeautyKind will donate five percent of the product purchase price to support City of Hope’s mission.
Better Booch premium kombucha tea began partnering with City of Hope in 2017. Two percent of the purchase price of each of its seven flavors will be donated to City of Hope’s Program in Natural Therapies which works across disciplines to discover cancer-fighting agents found in herbs, fruits and vegetables that can be translated into powerful, less-toxic therapies.
Brew For A Cure
Brew For A Cure is a 100% Costa Rican Dark Roast coffee developed by Gourmet Coffee Service, the leading coffee, vending, and micro market distributor in Southern California. Five percent of gross sales are donated to City of Hope to help fund breast cancer research. Gourmet Coffee Service is also donating $100 to City of Hope for every qualifying business that meets with them to evaluate office refreshment needs and mentions Brew For A Cure.


INLIFE International thinks that every home deserves decorative lighting to be proud of. With founders who were touched by City of Hope’s mission, INLIFE believes in giving light to the future. Though a partnership with City of Hope, five percent of the purchase price from online sales will be donated to fund pediatric cancer research at City of Hope.
Since 2004, the Mushroom Council has supported City of Hope and its research into how mushrooms can be used to fight cancer. Each October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, special pink containers of mushrooms are available at retailers across the country. The Mushroom Council has donated more than $500,000 to date.
Through its Benefits that Benefit Children program, National Benefit Partners became a City of Hope partner in 2017. The program allows National Benefit Partners, an independent employee benefits distribution organization, the opportunity to support pediatrics programs at City of Hope. Donations are triggered when participating companies, called Children’s Champions, offer certain best-in-class voluntary benefits from top-rated providers.
Newell Brands

Newell Brands has committed to help raise funds for breast cancer research, treatment and education at City of Hope. Specially marked pink ribbon-themed items help raise awareness and funds for this effort. Since 2006, Newell Brands has raised more than $6 million supporting life-saving breast cancer research, treatment and education at City of Hope.
The Pink Patch Project is a fundraising and public awareness campaign and is a collaboration between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association and public safety agencies across the country. Participating agencies design replica pink patches of their standard uniform patches and sell them to the public to build awareness and raise money for breast cancer research, treatment and education. Many agencies also wear these patches in the month of October to stimulate conversation in their local communities. City of Hope is the founding beneficiary of the Pink Patch Project and has received over $500,000 in donations since the program’s beginning in 2013. More than $1 million has been raised overall benefiting breast cancer organizations across the U.S.
Since 2015, QSPAC has supported City of Hope’s research, treatment and education. Each year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, QSPAC raises money by donating one percent of earnings to City of Hope. To date, QSPAC has donated more than $120,000 to further City of Hope’s mission.
Since 1983, Quill has supported City of Hope’s research, treatment and education. Each year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, raises money by corporate donations, supplier partnerships, product promotions and customer donations. To date, Quill has donated more than $2.4 million to further City of Hope’s mission.
RevitaLash Cosmetics and City of Hope have a long history of partnership making important advances and impact on treatment therapies and research for those in most need.  For the past three years, every October, they team up for a One4One Campaign. For every RevitaLash Cosmetics Pink Ribbon product sold on, a RevitaBrow Advanced will be donated to the City of Hope's Positive Image Center.
DM | Supplies Network is a national wholesale distributor offering a comprehensive line of imaging supplies, equipment, parts and thermal print products. Since 2016, Supplies Network has supported City of Hope’s research, treatment and education. Its program with HP (and others) offers a $15 donation to City of Hope with the online purchase of printer cartridges during a designated window. To date, the program has raised more than $750,000 to further City of Hope’s mission.
Supporting City of Hope breast cancer research, treatment and education programs, uniball has partnered with City of Hope in developing “pink ribbon” products that will raise $25,000 over the next two years

Previous Partnerships

  • 3M: 3M’s successful Post-it® Brand and Scotch® Brand programs, including Post-it® Notes, Dispensers, and Easel Pads as well as Scotch® Packaging Tape to benefit City of Hope breast cancer research, treatment and education. Since the Program’s inception in 2004, 3M has donated more than $2.4 million via pink product promotional activities.
  • Ashley Home Stores – Dallas: Ashley HomeStores of Dallas-Fort Worth and El Paso conducted a one-day promotional campaign On October 31st, 2019. For every sale that day, the company made a charitable donation to City of Hope of 10% of the purchase price. The promotion raised funds benefiting City of Hope’s cancer research and raised $20,000
  • BDI (Think Pink Bink Tables): BDI created its best-selling Bink mobile media table in the official Pantone color of Pink as designated by the Breast Cancer Organization, naming the table the “Pink Bink.” The tables were sold through the company’s independent network of home furnishings retail stores and on the company’s website. $22 from every Pink Bink sale through BDI’s retail network and $75 from every sale of Pink Bink directly on the company’s website were donated to City of Hope. The promotion ran from April 1 through December 31 2017 and raised over $23,000.
    Katherine Cosmetics: Katherine Cosmetics believes that all girls should feel confident and pretty. From its founding, Katherine believed that giving back to the community is the ultimate act of beauty. Katherine Cosmetics has ran holiday promotions and donated product to City of Hope patients for many years, totaling a little over $700,000 in donations to research and innovation.
  • Pravana International: Philanthropy is integral to the PRAVANA culture. The company has established a legacy of giving, supporting initiatives ranging from food security to breast cancer awareness and assistance for families impacted by domestic violence. A long-time contributor to City of Hope, PRAVANA works with charities as an active partner, to make a difference in the lives of hairstylists, their clients and the communities in which they live and work.
  • Rizzy Home (Connie’s Rug): Connie Post, in partnership with Rizzy Home, asked for retailers to unite and raise money through the sales of the “Pink Peony” rug for City of Hope, Breast Cancer Research. Connie, a cancer survivor herself designed the rug and worked with Rizzy Home in hopes that it would not only raise money but bring strength and encouragement to those who are struggling with cancer too. The promotion ran September 1 through October 31, 2019.