8 companies supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Grab some pink gear that will support breast cancer research organizations during Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Here are eight of the companies:
Aerie:
Aerie is partnering with Bright Pink, a nonprofit dedicated to prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancers in young women.
Ann Taylor:
50% of the purchase price (up to $25,000) of this limited-edition silk scarf goes directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Bumble and Bumble:
The bestselling Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer gets a pretty powerful update with this limited-edition pink design. For each one sold, Bumble and Bumble will donate 20% to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Columbia:
Each year, Columbia develops a limited collection of styles branded with the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon. For each item sold Columbia, and each participating retailer, donate $1 for every garment to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation respectively.
Cuisinart:
The popular kitchen brand has a few pink appliances in support of breast cancer awareness, including a food processor and ice cream maker. Cuisinart donates $32,500 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation each year.
Panera:
Grab a pink bagel from Panera. From Oct. 1-31, Panera Bread will donate 39 cents of every pink bagel sold to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. 
Peloton:
The fitness company has new apparel and accessories that give back to breast cancer awareness, donating 20% of the sales (up to $25,000) to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
PopSocket:
For each Breast Cancer Research Foundation PopGrip sold, PopSocket will donate 50% of the sale to the organization for research and awareness.