Include Breast Cancer Awareness in Your Wedding

Include Breast Cancer Awareness in Your Wedding

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Plain and Simple. And, if you know someone who has been through any type of Cancer, you know how devastating it is. If you are planning on buying a gift for someone and want to purchase a meaningful gift for ... this is the perfect gift. It's $125.00, beautiful and unique and a real steal from Baily Banks and Biddle. Plus, the jewelry store will give 10% of the proceeds to research AND free Fed Ex shipment on this. In a way you are giving 2 gifts -- one to your friends and one to Cancer research. More importantly it will make you feel good. : )

  • A portion of the proceeds from your purchase goes to good, designated for non-profit organizations specifically active in addressing the issues that face the survival of the Earth, including: Wildlife Conservation Society Nation... A portion of the proceeds from your purchase goes to good, designated for non-profit organizations specifically active in addressing the issues that face the survival of the Earth, including: Wildlife Conservation Society National Audubon Society Save the Whales Sierra Club Waterkeeper Alliance charity: water The Nature Conservancy Cousteau Society The We Campaign Community Food Security Coalition Slow Food USA Appalachian Mountain Club WWF, the global conservation organization Community Trees Earth Corps Go Green Initiative The Kids Ecology Corps National Resources Defense Council People and Planet Trees Forever Outward Bound Millennium Villages Shoe 4 Africa The Mountain Institute The Rainforest Foundation-US FINCA International

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