Breast & bottle feeding Baby Get involved with Breast Cancer Awareness Month Go pink and show your support by checking out these great products - all donating money towards helping combat breast cancer 1 of Ad break Say good-buy to breast cancerWith nearly 46,000 women and 300 men diagnosed every year, now is the time to help raise money to beat Breast Cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and everyone and anyone can get involved in raising money towards research, campaigning and education. 1 in 9 women in the UK will develop breast cancer in their lifetime but thanks to the dedicated charities like the Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care, more women than ever are surviving. To help raise money towards this fantastic cause, a range of high street stores are selling carefully selected products throughout this month, with all sales carrying a donation to the charities. With a signature hue of spirit lifting pink, M&S, Debenhams, Evans, Laura Ashley, Mothercare and Rowenta to name a few, have rallied round to sell great products to enable us to do our bit. You can also Go Pink by simply planning a special fund raising event in any way you like. At school, work or play, the choice is yours – just remember to register on Breakthrough. The Breast Cancer Campaign are also fronting a Wear it Pink campaign, find out more on WearitPink. Don't forget that you can buy a pink ribbon brooch in most high street stores too. Check out the fab selection of pink-tastic products all raising dosh for breast cancer. Wear it pinkWear your cause where it counts - on your heart. Betty Jackson Wear it Pink t-shirt, £22, by Debenhams. From each sale made, 30% goes to the Breast Cancer Campaign. Paint your lips pinkShow your support with this fab, pink hued Essie nail varnish designed by the people behind Future Dreams charity. The founder Danielle Leslie, who is battling cancer herself, has set up this fantastic cause and by purchasing this nail varnish, you can help raise money to beat breast cancer. Essie Peony pink nail varnish, £9.95, by NailsbyMail. ALL profits from this nail varnish goes to Future Dreams and then passed onto Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Bling up your iPodGive your iPod a sparkle with this funky, pink gem embellished cover. Red Herring iPod cover with ear phones, £15, by Debenhams (available in-store). For each set sold, 10% of the sale will be donated to the Breast Cancer Campaign. Continue slideshow > Hair raisingA perfect package for GHD fanatics1 This pink-tastic kit includes a fab pink ghd IV styler, bag, styler pouch, hairbrush and sectioning clips. GHD pink limited package, £135, by GHD. For each sale made, £10 goes towards Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Polka dot cutieA lovely box to store your jewels and treasure in, it also comes with a handy manicure set in a gorgeous heart shape holder in - you guessed it- pink! Polka Dot Jewellery Box and Manicure Gift Set, £19.99, H Samuel. Every sale of this jewellery box, 10% goes to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Take a napWrap up warm and look stylish in this gorgeous mia cerise fringed bedspread. Bedspread, £120, by Laura Ashley. For every sale, 10% is donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Cosy upPerfect for the winter months ahead, keep warm in this lovely, fluffy dressing gown. Pink dressing gown, £35, by Per Una at M&S (available in store).M&S products have a 10% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Continue slideshow > Hey piggyBling up your child's piggy bank with this colourful, gem encrusted piglet! Piggy bank, £15, by Debenhams (available in store). For each pig sold, 10% of the sale will be donated to the Breast Cancer Campaign. Put your feet upWarm, fluffy with a heart on the front - a definite staple to every woman's home this winter. Slipper heart socks, £3, from M&S. M&S products have 10% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Note it downPerfect for busy mums and dads on the go. Jot down your plans, shopping and to-do lists with these fun and funky notepads. Pink & Black Range, from £1.49, available from WH Smith, Stables and all leading business stationary suppliers. All Pink&Black notebooks and diaries have a 10% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Be smug with a SmegWithout a doubt, THE most impressive fridge ever! bag yourself one of these kitchen gems, and remember, it's all for charity! 50’s Style Refrigerator-Freezer in Pink, £1050, from Smeg. With all sales of this special edition Smeg, 10% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Continue slideshow > Iron it out Treat yourself to a fab iron to help iron out breast cancer! Rowenta DZ5015 iron in pink, £50.97, available from Amazon. Rowenta have promised to donate a minimum of £20,000 to Breast Cancer Care. Dig it Dig, plant and water your garden in (pink) style with this fab gardening set. Pink gloves, £4.99, from Yeoman (20% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer). Soft grip secateur, £7.99, from Yeoman (10%donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer). Pink Bulb Planter, £2.99, from Yeoman (10% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer). Available from Yeoman garden retail outlets throughout the UK. Wear your heart on your PJsShow you care with these lovely pink and black heart printed pj's. Heart print pajamas, £16, from Evans. 10% of sales go to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Carry your supportA great addition to your everyda, busy life. Bring it anywhere you go and help kiss goodbye to breast cancer. Shopper Bag, £3, from Avon, or call 0845 601 4040 for your nearest representative. 25% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer for each item sold. Continue slideshow > Cuddle meThis adorable, cuddly bear can keep your child snuggled at night and also do your bits for breast cancer awareness. Charlie Bear, £24.97, from QVC. All items will be available on QVC from October 15 between 7pm-10pm. ALL proceeds of sales of this bear goes to Breast Cancer Care. In the pinkPop Princess Kylie Minogue has signed a special pink edition Filofax, which is to be auctioned at the Pink Ribbon Ball, October 10 in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign. All pink items sold at Filofax, £2.50 will be donated to the Breast Cancer Campaign. Pink PodThis electric steam steriliser pod is a great way for new mums to show their support for breast cancer awareness. it is practical and extremley helpful, sterilising up to 6 bottles in 8 minutes. And what's better is that by purchasing this pink gem, you are helping support Breast Cancer Research. Electric steam steriliser pod, £39.99, from Mothercare. 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