Breast Cancer Awareness Month is almost over. But before it ends, you can show support for the campaign to educate more people about the importance of regular self-breast examination and the critical role of screening in the early detection of breast cancer as well as other breast care initiatives by shopping for the cause.
This year, the ICanServe Foundation had a pop-up shop at Power Plant Mall. But if you missed it, you can still shop online for a range of products that include Bayongciaga bags, hand fans, scarves, and even soaps and candles. These make for great Christmas gifts, too.
Klean Kanteen and Certified Calm’s Pink Patches bottle
Klean Kanteen has teamed up with Certified Calm in offering the limited edition insulated Pink Patches bottle with a twist cap. The design of the brand’s annual millennial pink bottle for this year promotes reclaiming mastectomy scars. It’s inspired by kintsugi, the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together. It’s kind of giving a bit of a “Pink Venom” vibe so Blackpink fans would probably get an extra kick out of it. It also comes with a set of cute, affirmative stickers to decorate your bottle with.
A portion of sales will be given to the ICanServe Foundation. It retails for P2,495.
You technically don’t have to purchase anything to join Race Yaya’s free virtual Pink Marathon. By signing up before Oct. 31, participants can receive an e-certificate and access to the leaderboard to view the progress for the 42K walk or run that can be done cumulatively or in one go.
However, you can choose to order a finisher’s shirt for P600, a finisher’s medal for P350, or both for P800. You can also opt to donate any amount from P100 and above. Proceeds will go to ICanServe Foundation.
If you’re a fan of handmade ceramic boob-shaped mugs, Peekaboob’s Breast Cancer Awareness Collection has four designs to choose from: pastel hearts, plain white, white with pink, and confetti. Each piece retails for P740.
ICanServe Foundation will be receiving 10 percent of the sales for the collection.
Hard Rock Cafe Manila’s Baja Style Shrimp Tacos and Paloma cocktail
Want to try a meal curated by chef Dominique Crenn? The Iron Chef prepared Baja Style Shrimp Tacos as a limited-time dish for Hard Rock Cafe Manila’s Pinktober menu. It is made with three achiote-marinated shrimp tacos topped with a flavorful combination of pickled red onions, charred salsa roja, spicy pepitas, avocado, and shredded cabbage. All this is served in a warm flour tortilla.
Hard Rock is also serving the Paloma, a classic Mexican cocktail that mixes Patrón Silver with lime juice and Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit. They’re available until Oct. 31 and a portion of the sales will be donated to ICanServe Foundation.
Looking for fitness equipment that looks pretty in pink? Wandergym’s Pink collection includes items like a dumbbell, a speed rope, an exercise mat, a kettle ball, resistance bands, and workout clothes.
The brand will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from the website purchases of the collection until Oct. 31 to the ICanServe Foundation.
Been waiting for a sign to try Pilates? The New-To-Onelife starter pack is now available at 20 percent off for P4,000. It includes a fitness assessment, three personal training sessions, and a physio-led stretch session. The promo ends on Oct. 31 but you can activate the package anytime before the year ends.
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Kasuso Foundation.
Photo from the ICanServe Foundation, Inc.’s Instagram