Snapfish Teams with Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Breast Cancer...

Snapfish Teams with Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Palo Alto, CA—Online personal publishing service Snapfish by HP entered into a corporate relationship with Susan G. Komen for the Cure in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Throughout October, Snapfish is offering exclusive PinkGives photo products in its online store at—including cards, jewelry, calendars, bookmarks and notebooks—to raise awareness for the cause and enable members to show their support through the creation of personalized gifts for family and friends.

For each purchase made, Snapfish is donating 30% of the proceeds up to $25,000 to Susan G. Komen.

“Snapfish, like many families, has been personally affected by breast cancer, so this is an issue that is near and dear to our hearts,” said Helen Vaid, general manager, Snapfish by HP. “As such, we desire to support this effort by partnering with Susan G. Komen, also dedicated to support, awareness, the importance of early detection and finding cures.”

Select PinkGives products include:
•    Card collections designed by Snapfish designers from around the world, including Viva Greetings, Two Branching Out, Short Pockets, Gakemi Art + Design and Evince Design, available from $0.45 each.
•    Pink notebooks and notepads that can be customized with personal photos in a variety of designs and backgrounds, such as Pink Ribbons, Pink Butterflies, Pink Flourish and Pink Branches, available from $7.99.
•    Photo calendars available in Pink Flutter designs in 8.5×11-, 11.5×14- and 12×12-inch sizes in 12- or 18-month versions. Members also can create custom captions to include birthdays, anniversaries or other important dates, available from $18.99.
•    Photo stickers, sold in sheets of 20 for $4.99, which serve as stationery accompaniments or pink party favors.
•    Hardcover journals with more than 40 designs by Paper Coterie to capture favorite memories, jot down to-do lists, schedule appointments or write about the day, available for $14.99.
•    Premium personal stationery on 100% recycled paper by Paper Culture, starting from $1.39 each. For every order, a tree will be planted, enabling members to be both stylish and environmentally conscious.
•    Bookmarks provided by Snapily to animate photos in a personalized flip-book style effect (two images flip as you rotate the same card back and forth), available for $5.99 each.
•    Sterling silver necklaces with swinging lockets that hold a favorite photo, which come sealed in a waterproof, UV-resistant coating to protect the image and is sent in a gift box, available for $85 from Planet Jill.

“Support from partners like Snapfish helps us achieve so much in this fight,” said Margo K. Lucero, vice president, Business Development and Partnerships, Susan G. Komen for the Cure. “The five-year survival rate when detected early is over 98%! Enabling our supporters as well as members on Snapfish to enjoy unique, personalized photo gifts while also giving them a chance to contribute to the cause is a way that, together, we can continue to take action in the fight against breast cancer.”

Snapfish has a long-standing tie to breast cancer awareness and the support of the cause, as two young women in the Snapfish family were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004 and 2006. Today, both women are doing well and have become advocates for awareness, early detection and prevention of the disease. They help to inform and drive the Snapfish breast cancer awareness programming each year.

Snapfish also invites its members to show how they are supporting breast cancer awareness month by encouraging them to write to with their event details—whether it’s a walk, fundraising campaign or party—for a chance to receive Snapfish support as an official photo sponsor for their breast cancer awareness-related event. Snapfish will select four events from all submissions and will fund up to $1,500 in product for each event that is selected.

All Snapfish PinkGives products will be available throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.