Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Pink Gives

Chances are you know someone who's fought breast cancer. Are you involved in the cause to raise awareness or raise money for the cure? You could create personalized gifts that give back!
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Chances are you know someone who's fought breast cancer. Are you involved in the cause to raise awareness or raise money for the cure? As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Snapfish by HP is not only offering signature pink items, but could be sponsoring YOUR Awareness event. You can check out Snapfish's cool idea here. You could also create your own Pink Gives personalized gift--30% of proceeds are going to Susan G. Komen For The Cure!

And what, exactly, does Snapfish carry in pink?

pink hope encouragement
thanks for the support

How about a bunch of cards that you can personalize and print?

Personalized notebooks!

(I'm kind of a sucker for anything damask.)

damask notebook

Snapfish has dozens of Pink Gives items to choose from: jewlery, bookmarks, journals, calendars, you name it! Pop over and take a look.

$50 Giveaway

And you, dear reader, have the chance to win a $50 gift card to the Snapfish store!

You could spent it on personalized Pink Gives items of your choice! Support the survivors in your life and make a difference to The Cure.

Simply leave a comment below and you're entered to win!

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