October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. This annual health campaign was established in 1985 by the American Cancer Society, in partnership with a manufacturer of several anti-breast cancer drugs. The goal of this campaign has been to increase awareness of breast cancer, which is the most common cancer among women. Today, major breast cancer charities (e.g. Susan G. Komen for the Cure; The Breast Cancer Research Foundation) organized events to remind women to be aware of this disease and early detection; and to raise funds for research on the cause, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the disease. The campaign also provides information and support to individuals who have the disease.
In support of this health campaign, our blog post this week features two gifts for women that can be sent to raise breast cancer awareness. They are also great breast cancer gifts for individuals diagnosed with the disease, and for survivors.
1. Blooming For Breast Cancer Gardening Tote:
This reusable gardening tote allows the recipient to enjoy the beautiful pink cosmos flowers in her garden while supporting breast cancer research. It comes with a complete container garden, a pair of pink gardening gripping gloves, and a water bottle to qwench her thirst. She can wear the Breast Cancer Awareness pin and bracelet that come with the tote to show her support to this worthy cause. $5.00 from every sale of this gift bag will be donated to breast cancer research
2. Pink Is The Color of Courage Hamper:
Pink is the color of courage, which is celebrated in this all pink gift set. The Pink Is The Color Of Courage Hamper includes a pink suitcase with silver clasp, Pink is The Color of Courage stationary set with notebook and pencils, Pink Ribbon magnetic refrigerator notepad, moisturizing bath gel, moisturizing body butter, frosted votive candle, 2 herbal teas, exfoilating bath glove set, aromatherapy bath soap set, and 2 lindt chocolates. This is the ideal gift for women diagnosed with breast cancer and for breast cancer survivors, providing moral support for their path to recovery.