Shop for a Good Cause: Save the Ta-Ta’s (Breast Cancer Research)

by on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

I first heard of Save the Ta-Ta’s when I saw actress Kristen Bell holding up a T-shirt that had the phrase. I thought it was so cute and funny! When you purchase from this brand, 25% of your percentage goes to help fight Breast Cancer.

The company has really cute items like T-shirt’s (for men women or kids), tanks, hats, lip balm, bags, bumper stickers, etc. The company sent us over a T-Shirt and a bunch of literature and bumper stickers that we’re going to slap up everywhere! So if you like to shop and do some good, then you should check out this site.

The sweetheart that is Kristen Bell likes this charity.

I will note that their t-shirts run very small. A 1xl is about a small and a 4xl is about an xl. So keep that in mind. Some shirts have the logo emblazoned in really obvious, basic and cute ways. Other’s have them in more artistic designs. If you like to shop for a good cause, check them out. The shirts are fun. Here are a few I like:

PREMIUM – I Wish For a Cure V-neck Tee – Dusk

Save the ta-tas® Tee – Pink

Cowgirl ta-tas® Tee – Tan

$427,000 donated to date! The Original ta-tas® Brand is committed to fighting cancer. That’s why at least 25% of the proceeds of every purchase is used to end this devastating disease

Save the Ta-Ta’s on Twitter – Follow them!
Save the Ta-Ta’s on Facebook – Fan them!

Here’s why Save the Ta-Ta’s is different than a lot of other charities, shop for a good cause:

The for-profit division of Save the ta-tas, ta-tas® Brand, has contributed on average approximately 50% of company net profits, or proceeds,over the past 6 years to help fight the war on breast cancer. While most companies who offer a charitable component agree to donate  a small percentage of the proceeds, ta-tas Brand is unique in that it guarantees a percentage of no less than 25% of proceeds,  or 5% of the gross sales. Calclulating on the gross sales guarantees a donation regardless of whether the company is profitable or not.
This is born out of the genuine philanthropist bent of owner/proprietor Julia Fikse and her strong desire to eradicate this disease.

Disclosure: We were sent items from the company to help in promotion. Our opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.

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