This month, retailers have turned their products pink, NFL players donned rose-colored cleats, and millions of people have raised awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And companies nationwide have gotten in on the cause, too—coming up with unique ways for their employees and customers to contribute to the fight against breast cancer.
Check out two of our favorite companies and the great ways they made an impact this October.
Silicon Valley-based eBay provided tons of ways for buyers and sellers to contribute to the cause—through buying, selling, or just simply clicking. Have some shopping to do today? Try one of these easy ways to contribute to the cause.
October at Chicago-based Groupon has been coined "Women's Empowerment Month," and it supports more than just breast cancer research. Here are just a few of the empowering events the company put on this month:
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Tell us! Did your company do something unique for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this year? Share what you did in the comments!
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