Gramercy Gift Guide

Support Breast Cancer Post-October

Gifting is already a wonderful way to spend your excess time and money.  BUT, it can be even MORE wonderful when your spend supports a cause.
Below is a curated list of our favorite gift ideas that support breast cancer research.
We hope you will consider these options for the specified occasions below!
 
Engagement Gift
Idea: “His and Her” running shoes Product: New Balance’s “Lace for a Cure” product line Price: ~$120 Give Back: New Balance will donate 5% of the MSRP price Susan G. Komen
 
 
Stocking Stuffer
Idea: Tennis Balls Product: Penn’s Pink Championship Extra Duty Tennis Ball Can Price: $10.13 a can Give Back: Penn will donate 15 cents per can to a Breast Cancer Research Organization
Idea: Tennis Balls Product: Penn’s Pink Championship Extra Duty Tennis Ball Can Price: $10.13 a can Give Back: Penn will donate 15 cents per can to a Breast Cancer Research Organization
 
 
Gift From “Tooth Fairy”
Idea: Leave a Breast Cancer Commemorative Coin rather than cash!  Product: Breast Cancer Awareness 2018 Proof Clad Half Dollar Price: $32.95 Give Back: $5 will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
 
 
 
Birthday Card Postage
Idea: Use a Breast Cancer Awareness stamp whenever sending a note to your girlfriends!  Product: Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp Price: 65 cents a stamp Give Back: 16 cents will support the Breast Cancer Research work of the National Institutes of Health and the Medical Research Program of the Department of Defense
Idea: Use a Breast Cancer Awareness stamp whenever sending a note to your girlfriends!  Product: Breast Cancer Research semipostal stamp Price: 65 cents a stamp Give Back: 16 cents will support the Breast Cancer Research work of the National Institutes of Health and the Medical Research Program of the Department of Defense
 
 
Any Occasion 
Idea: Head to Ralph Lauren  Product: Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony Line Price: starting at $12  Give Back: 25% of the purchase price will go to The Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation or the international network of cancer charities (Note: give-back does not specifically target breast cancer but rather all cancers)