Our Sponsors

Bright Pink is grateful for the support of our sponsors who enable us to spread our mission to young women nationwide. Check out our current mission-fueling advocates below.

Major Sponsors

Aerie

Aerie and Bright Pink celebrated our seventh year of partnership in 2016 with a limited-edition line of women’s and men’s products with 100% of proceeds benefitting Bright Pink. Along with the products in-stores and online, we educated Aerie girls through educational videos online, life-saving information at the register and in person at Aerie pop-up events nationwide.

www.Aerie.com

David's Bridal

Through a multifaceted partnership with David’s Bridal, we’re celebrating the beauty and strength of young women. In 2016, David’s Bridal kicked off a company wide initiative to educate every employee on their breast and ovarian health through 4 Bright Pink educational videos. We’re also keeping the conversation going online. For every #WithAKiss shared on social media, David’s Bridal will donate $1 to Bright Pink. Together, we will reach millions of women across the country as they plan for their wedding, other milestones, and their future, and empower them to be proactive with their health.

www.DavidsBridal.com

Stella & Dot

Stella & Dot Family Brands teamed up with Bright Pink in 2016 to fuel breast and ovarian health education programs for women nationwide. Through the sale of a special edition line of jewelry and accessories, Stella & Dot helped educate over 40,000 women through Bright Pink’s educational workshops and digital tools focused on prevention and early detection. The jewelry and accessories brand is also spread our life-saving message at Trunk Shows hosted by 30,000+ stylists nationwide.

StellaDot.com

Paul Mitchell

Through collaboration since 2013, Paul Mitchell has helped Bright Pink reach millions of women through salons, schools, and sports marketing activations. Paul Mitchell continues to further the breast and ovarian health conversation through their limited-edition United in Pink product line released in September 2016. United in Pink aims to educate. support and empower all young women to make prevention and early detection an important part of their lives.

www.PaulMitchell.com

CME Group

In October 2015, CME Group launched its inaugural month-long Pink for a Purpose campaign promote the early prevention and detection of breast and ovarian cancer.  Employees across the company’s global offices engaged in the effort by donating, fundraising or participating in Pink Fridays and educational workshops. Over the course of the campaign, more than $104,000 was raised via company and individual donations to benefit Bright Pink’s life-saving programs.

www.cmegroup.com

Zeta Tau Alpha

Zeta Tau Alpha and Bright Pink are bringing the Brighten Up™ Educational Workshop to almost 170 colleges and universities from coast to coast. Bright Pink Educational Ambassadors will educate more than 20,000 undergraduate and alumnae members in the first year of the program. We plan to grow this program over time to include others on campus and in the local community. This program will equip and empower women to be advocates for their own breast and ovarian health.

www.ZetaTauAlpha.org

Supporting Sponsors

ebay

Over the past 3 years, Bright Pink and ebay have teamed up to offer unique opportunities to ebay shoppers through a series of online auctions. Visit www.ebay.com/bebrightpink from now through October 20th to bid on Bridal auctions featuring packages from retailers David’s Bridal, Men’s Wearhouse, Karisma Resorts and more. 100% of proceeds from this auction will benefit Bright Pink.

eBay users can also support Bright Pink’s mission year-round by visiting givingworks.ebay.com and choose Bright Pink as a “favorite” to support Bright Pink when you shop.

GivingWorks.eBay.com

Additional Support From

Bright Pink appreciates all the wonderful support we receive from our sponsors and their products that support us. However, Bright Pink does not specifically endorse our sponsors’ products.

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