Best Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets

Attractive Ways to Show Your Support

A breast cancer awareness bracelet is an attractive way to show your support and raise funds for the cause. Sales of breast cancer bracelets help to generate income for research programs, patient education programs, and more. Here are 10 bracelets that you can wear to help make a difference. That said, remember that there are many ways you can raise awareness, and the most original ideas are sometimes the best!

Think Pink, Live Green Bracelets by Chan Luu

Chan Luu makes seven new bracelets as part of their Think Pink, Live Green initiative. These bracelets are a limited item, and come in single charm and tassel, mixed stretch set, and black leather with charm. Rather than sequins, they feature beads, nuggets of brass or silver, silver charms, and semi-precious stones or diamonds. 

If you're in the mood to shop while supporting research, she sells some lovely necklaces and scarfs as well.

Chan Luu will donate 50% of all proceeds from each of these bracelets to breastcancer.org.

Price: $50 - $345

Male Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets

Male Breast Cancer Bracelet
Male Breast Cancer Bracelet. Photo © Out Of The Shadow of Pink

Men can get breast cancer, too. Male breast cancer is rare, but anyone with breast tissue, including men, can develop the disease. In some ways breast cancer can be extra challenging for a man as he tries to navigate his way through a see of pink.

Show a man that you care by wearing a pink and blue male breast cancer awareness bracelet from Out of the Shadow of Pink, Ltd.. These bracelets are handmade, with 6mm Fiber-Optic Cat's Eye Beads coupled with 3mm crystals. You can choose to add a pewter or sterling silver ribbon. Bracelets are available in 3 different sizes. Profits are used to provide free education, support and advocacy for male breast cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones.

Price: Starts at $5.99

Mel's Bracelets for Breast Cancer Awareness

Mel's Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet
Mel's Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet. Photo © Friends of Mel

Mel's Bracelets benefit the Breast Cancer Research Fund at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. Mel Simmons was a flight attendant for 38 years: first with Northeast Air Lines then with Delta Air Lines. Diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2000, Mel fought it for 5 years. She took chemotherapy at Mass General, and gave away these Turkish Bead bracelets to many fellow patients. After her passing, her friends wore the bracelets in her honor, and sold them to raise funds for cancer. The Friends of Mel Foundation carries on the work, by raising money to fund research, education, awareness, prevention and patient support. Shipping and handling are $4.95.

Price: $15.00

Avon Breast Cancer Crusade Tennis Bracelet

Avon Breast Cancer Crusade Tennis Bracelet
Avon Breast Cancer Crusade Tennis Bracelet. Photo © Avon Foundation

Avon Foundation raises funds beautifully for research and patient services. They put together sparkling pink stones and pink enamel-look ribbons for a tennis bracelet to benefit the cause. This breast cancer awareness bracelet is seven inches long and comes with a one-inch extender. If this isn't your style, Avon is ready with several items for $15 and less, each of which gives back a percent of the proceeds to their Breast Cancer Crusade.

$3.46 will be donated to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade from each purchase.

Price: $5.00

Bradford Exchange Breast Cancer Awareness Circle of Hope Bracelet

Bradford Exchange Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet
Bradford Exchange Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet. Photo © Pricegrabber

The Bradford Exchange offers you seven inscribed hearts and one pink ribbon charm paved with pink Swarovski crystals, for a Circle of Hope Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet. All of the heart charms are plated in sterling silver and engraved with messages of hope including "Life," "Unite," "Find a Cure" and "Believe." Alternating with each heart is a rose-colored Swarovski crystal is suspended in its own setting. Each bracelet comes with a custom-designed presentation case, for gift giving or storage. These lovely bracelets are adjustable from 7" to 8" long.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this charm bracelet will be donated to the fight against breast cancer.

Price: starts at $99.00

Limogés Pink Rubber ID Bracelet

Limoges Pink Rubber Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet
Limoges Pink Rubber Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet. Photo © Pricegrabber

Make this Limogés Pink Rubber breast cancer awareness bracelet very personal, by having a name engraved next to the pink enamel ribbon on the silvertoned ID clasp. This bracelet is adjustable from 7" to 7.5" in length, and may be engraved with up to 8 letters. Attractive and durable, this bracelet will offer encouragement for years to come. Limogés has pendants, pens, and other pink ribbon items available as well.

Price: starts at $19.98

Silver Insanity Pink Ribbon Stretch Bracelet

Silver Insanity Stretch Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet
Silver Insanity Stretch Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet. Photo © Pricegrabber

Silver Insanity has a classic pink ribbon bracelet for you or a friend. Strung with 8 enamel pink ribbons, pink synthetic cats-eye beads and silver tone beads, this breast cancer awareness bracelet stretches to fit a 7.5" wrist. This fun, casual design is very affordable and works with everyday occasions.

Price: starts at $6.99

Breast Cancer Awareness and Support

Whether or not you choose to wear a breast cancer awareness bracelet, there are ways that every person can make a difference. In fact, for some people, these other ways may be preferred (some people with breast cancer now claim to hate pink!) Here are a few thoughts to get you started.

  • Join a breast cancer organization: Most people are aware there is a disease called breast cancer, but fewer are aware that the 5-year survival rate with metastatic breast cancer has changed little with all of the awareness. Some of the metastatic breast cancer organizations (such as Metavivor) are devoted to focus on decreasing the death rate foremost.
  • Support a person you know who has breast cancer: The little things, such as driving to an appointment, helping out around the home, and more are priceless to someone who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Awareness does little to help someone coping with the disease today.

We have come a long way since the days when breast cancer was rarely mentioned. Yet we have far to go to cure the disease. When you are raising awareness, make sure that people know the need is still great.

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