One hundred per cent of the net proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition - and luxe to the max - Holt Renfrew Private Label cashmere T-shirt ($98, Holt Renfrew , 50 Bloor West, 416-922-2333, www.bcrfcure.org) benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Charge it to your AmEx card and they'll add an extra $15 donation toward the cause.
Stick to your charitable convictions - and potentially your new diet - by picking up a pale-pink T-Fal non-stick Food For Thought frying pan ($17.99, Canadian Tire , 839 Yonge, 416-925-5927, and others, www.rethinkbreastcancer.com). A portion of the proceeds goes toward Rethink Breast Cancer.
Not your average tacky pin-up boasting the buxom, this beautifully produced 2006 Breast Of Canada Calendar 2006 ($19.95, Come as You Are , 701 Queen West, 416-504-7934, www.breastofcanada.com, www.cbcn.ca) features motivational messages, educational answers to your breast health questions and the inspiration, with pictorial evidence, that all breasts are beautiful. Net proceeds are directed to the Canadian Breast Cancer Network.
Just as there's always room in your life to be more generous, there's no limit to how many shoes you can have. Which is why we're, like, so loving these adorable limited-edition Nine West Donate9 flats ($125, Nine West , 93 Bloor West, 416-920-3519, and others) - best of both, yo - which come with a special booklet on breast cancer prevention and benefit Rethink Breast Cancer. A fundraising fishing rod - now this is something we haven't seen yet. The FisherGirl Survival Rod Kit ($150, www.fishergirl.com, www.cbcf.org) donates 50 per cent of the sales proceeds to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Don't need the whole kit? The Survival Rod ($79.99) also follows the 50-per-cent-donation rule.