Through the end of October, these Arizona businesses are lending their support to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From purchasing a pretty-in-pink bracelet to delicious locally made popcorn, these local businesses make it easy to give back to BCA causes.
This month, shoppers can join Kendra Scott, which has a location at Scottsdale Quarter, by making an impact when you shop the brand’s “Shop for Good” collection. While many of these styles support beloved breast cancer causes year-round, two brand new rose quartz styles will contribute 20 percent of the proceeds from each purchase to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation during the month of October. Additionally, when you purchase one of these styles in-store, Kendra Scott will match and gift a rose quartz piece to a local woman impacted by breast cancer.
Twin Peaks is partnering with the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Phoenix chapter to raise money to help those affected by breast cancer. Guests can donate to put their name or someone else’s name on a pink post up on the dining room wall and will receive a pink bracelet and ribbon pin. All money raised will stay locally and go to the Phoenix group.
Throughout October, Kettle Heroes is recognizing the everyday heroes that have battled breast cancer as the company is donating 50 percent of all online proceeds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation when guests use code OCTOBERPINK at checkout.
Ten percent of select services at Joya Spa at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia will benefit the H.E.A.L Foundation (Happily Ever After League) which helps provide financial support to mothers receiving cancer treatment. Guests can choose from the Pink Himalayan Salt Stone Experience, Positively Pink Facial and Pretty in Pink Manicure or Pedicure. Joya Spa is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.