Luxury handbag designer Coach diverts 20 percent of proceeds from the following accessories to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation: leather Madison Isabelle purse, $358; watch, $258; silk scarf, $68; and key fob, $58.
Details: coach.com for more information
The discreet SPIbelt, which expands to hold smartphones, money, keys and other necessities without quite being a fanny pack, comes in a special breast cancer design. Ten percent of sales go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Details: $19.95 at spibelt.com.
Downward facing pink
Eco-friendly lifestyle brand Gaiam is giving $1 from the sale of each pink-ribbon yoga mat to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The lightweight mat, which has a standard 3-millimeter thickness, comes with a Yoga workout download.
Details: $21.98 at shopgaiam.com.
Wrapped in pink
Designer Sarah Stewart's Stylish Adornments line of handprinted scarves will donate 20 percent of proceeds from the sale of any pink scarf to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The sheer silk scarves range from $38 for the mini "dotty day" print to $138 for the cheetah. The ivy print (shown) is $125.
Harry & David, maker of gourmet gift baskets, will contribute 25 percent of proceeds from three new "pink pear" collections to the Noreen Fraser Foundation, a nonprofit that raises funds for women's cancer research. The pink pear gift box, $19.95, features five of Harry and David's signature Royal Riviera pears, a few of them wrapped in pink foil; the pink pear tote, $29.95, features five to 10 Royal Riviera pears in a reusable tote bag; and the pink pear gift basket, $39.95, combines pears with Neapolitan malt balls and chocolate strawberries.
Details: harryanddavid.com for more information