October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and every year the Wear It Pink campaign helps raise £2 million towards the annual fundraiser.

Take part and help raise money for a good cause, by wearing something pink, and donating whatever money you can.

Retailers like Debenhams, George at Asda, Boux Alley and others are selling limited edition items - with a percentage of the proceeds going to charity.

Treat yourself to one of the items below and help a good cause.

Pamper yourself

These items are great for a girly night in relaxing.

This adorable dotted rubber duck is £3.50 from Breast Cancer Care and all the proceeds will go to charity.

Elemis has pledged to donate £10,000 to Breast Cancer Care from sales of its limited edition The Hero Collection for total face and body nourishment. It includes the new Pro-Collagen Neck and Décolleté Balm, Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, Frangipani Moni Body Oil and the Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules. Buy it for £55, the products are worth £95.

The Boux Alley Chloe balconette bra is £24. The brand will be donating £1 for every bra fitting to the charity throughout October.


Raise your sartorial status with these chic accessories from the high street.

The Folli Folli's Heart 4 Heart collection will see 10% go to Breast Cancer Care.

This unique pink roped charm bracelet from Som'or? is £88 and 50% will be given to the cause. It is rose gold-plated and you can also get it personalised.

Make a wish with the Stella & Dot wishing bracelet , buy it for £18. The proceeds will go to Macmillan Cancer Support.


100% of the proceeds from this Dorothy Perkins shopper bag , £3 go to Breast Cancer UK.

Model and presenter Lisa Snowdon is backing Asda's Tickled Pink campaign. £1 from the sale of these £8 ribbon logo tops goes to Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care. TOWIE star Sam Faiers is also taking part in the campaign, wearing a glitter slogan t-shirt .

This flamingo mug is £7.95 from Breast Cancer Now and all of the proceeds will to charity.