Part 3 of 3: How 6 Jewelers Are Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month

A follow-up to the last two weeks’ posts (here and here), here’s a look at how more in industry are trying to aid cancer research during the month of October and beyond.

A portion of proceeds from Diana Kauffman’s Positively Pink line during October will benefit the Pittsburgh branch of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Diana Kaufman bracelet sales benefit breast cancer research

Buckle bracelet in leather with metal clasp, $30; Diana Kauffman Designs

One hundred percent of October sales of Margo Manhattan’s $15 Pink Ribbon pin will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Margo Manhattan Pink Ribbon pin sales benefit breast cancer research 

Pink Ribbon pin, $15; Margo Manhattan

Graziela Kaufman of Graziela Gems is offering 10 percent off all jewelry during October and is donating 10 percent of all sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  

Jewelry from Graziela Gems benefits breast cancer research

Wave necklace in sterling silver with rhodium and black spinel, $250; Graziela Gems

Palm Beach Jewelers in Palm Beach, Fla., participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Palm Beach 5k Walk on Oct. 18, and is donating a portion of all profits in October to the American Cancer Society‘s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer efforts. The walk team also helped stuff gift bags for breast cancer survivors (given out at a related benefit) and donated a piece of breast cancer awareness–themed jewelry as a raffle prize for the same event. The retailer is also offering a $20 discount on purchases of $150 or more during October.

A portion of proceeds from year-round sales of Kattan color-enhanced pink diamond jewelry at Stevens Diamond Jewelers in West Springfield, Mass., will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Additionally, the retailer is hosting a Pretty in Pink event during which the merchant will match donations from sales of the Kattan pieces.

Kattan color-enhanced diamond jewelry sales benefit breast cancer research 

Earrings with pink and colorless diamonds from Kattan at Stevens Diamond Jewelers in West Springfield, Mass.

A team of staff, family, and friends from Rembrandt Charms participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk held in Buffalo, NY., on Oct. 18, and the firm is also donating 5 percent of this year’s sales of its pink ribbon charms (made in silver and gold) to breast cancer research.

Rembrandt Charms Pink Ribbon pin sales benefit breast cancer research

Pink Ribbon charm in silver with enamel, $26; Rembrandt Charms

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