The other thing that I noticed was that many stores are selling decorations that somehow benefit others. For example, John Lewis in the UK is selling these beautiful baubles that were made in Kashmir with money from the baubles helping with community projects in Kashmir. They are only £3.50 each!
Neiman Marcus has some gorgeous PINK decorations this year including this beautiful crystal pink ribbon ornament. It is made in the USA and it is rather expensive at $95 but Steuben will donate 5% of all sales of this ornament to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Susan G Komen site is full of beautiful Christmas goodies and 25 percent of your purchase price will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® in the fight against breast cancer. At only $10 each you could buy one for every member of the family!
The Pink Ribbon Shop has beautiful Christmas decorations and The Pink Ribbon Shop carries many items whose manufacturer and/or distributor makes a moneary donation to breast cancer-related organizations based on the sale of those items.
Australians can buy a set of Hallmark Pink Ribbon Boxed Christmas cards and 10% of the wholesale value will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
Chocolatier Australia is in partnership with the NBCF this year too. Donations will be made from sale of the following items:
• 40 cents from 230g Pink Chocolate Assortment
• 20 cents from 115g Pink Chocolate Assortment
• 10 cents from the sale of every Tin of Strawberry Blush.
Isn't it nice to know that this Christmas the presents we buy our friends and family can do double duty! Not only will they bring joy to whomever you give them to, but they will also help make the world a bit brighter too, by raising money for worthwhile causes!
Happy Christmas shopping and happy PINK Saturday!
Blessings and best wishes,