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Fab Finds Under $50: Products That Support Breast Cancer Research


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and if you are looking for a way to give back and get something in return, there are a few companies who are paying it forward for this special cause. This week's Fab Finds includes a handful of products that support breast cancer research and give back to a good cause.

Pura Vida Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet Pack ($32) - This pretty pink stack features a trio of bracelets with a breast cancer awareness ribbon charm and faceted silver beads. Plus, 10% of net sales will be donated to Boarding for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit that advocates for early detection and empowers young people to live a healthier lifestyle.

The North Face Knit Beanie ($28) - Keep your coconut warm this winter with a cozy beanie that features a pink ribbon to raise awareness. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Boarding for Breast Cancer and other organizations.

it Cosmetics Love is the Foundation Brush ($30) - Love is the Foundation Brush makes it easier than ever to apply your favorite liquid, cream and powder foundations with precision for your most airbrushed finish every time. For every Love Beauty Fully brush you purchase, IT Cosmetics will donate one brush to the Look Good Feel Better program to help women face the appearance-related side effects of cancer with confidence.

Little Pink Bag ($34) - A reproduction of Bloomingdale's "Little Brown Bag" featuring a design in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. $2 of every purchase of this bag will be donated to Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Vineyard Vines T-Shirt ($48) - Join Vineyard Vines as it helps to spread awareness about breast cancer. With the purchase of each classic long sleeve t-shirt, vineyard vines is proud to donate 20% of all net proceeds to Bright Pink.

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