May Campaigns


MRA is thrilled to team up with many diverse companies to spread melanoma awareness and to raise funds for MRA's research program.  This May, we were joined by nearly 20 companies committed to making a difference against this disease.  Check out their programs and learn how you can support MRA!


May 2014 Ally Programs 

AI Live Logo 2014 180 2014 American Idol® Live! Tour: For every ticket purchased for the Summer Tour, American Idol® Live! will donate $1 to MRA.

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aol 200 AOL: As part of the AOL Impact program, AOL highlighted MRA as a worthy cause on its homepage on May 19.
Bergdorf goodman300 Bergdorf Goodman: Bergdorf Goodman supported MRA at Leveraged Finance Fights Melanoma, an annual MRA benefit in New York City.
BrelliLogo200 Brelli: Brelli contributes 5% of all online sales to MRA year-round, and this May they donated 20% of the purchase price from the small Brelli in clear
Cabanalifelogo190 Cabana Life:  Cabana Life gave $5 to MRA for every online checkout purchase.  Consumers could also make their own donation in addition to the Cabana Life’s contribution. In honor of Melanoma Awareness Month, Cabana Life hosted a giveaway on May 7 on their Facebook page
CHD200 Clare Hare Darien:  Clare Hare Darien is donating to MRA 5% of the purchase price of all sun-protective shirts sold in stores and online.
CoolaLogo 200 COOLA:  $5 from each sale of COOLA’s limited edition box featuring COOLA’s Sport SPF 50 Unscented Sunscreen Spray will go back to MRA. The boxes, sold in select stores throughout the US, feature MRA’s logo and skin cancer prevention tips.
EJ Logo 200 Eric Javits:  Eric Javits is contributing 30% of online sales from a range of fashionable UPF 50+ hats in 2014.  Eric Javits also supported MRA at the Leveraged Finance Fights Melanoma event in NYC and hosted a Facebook giveaway on May 21. 
FAB logo 200 First Aid Beauty: During the month of May, First Aid Beauty donated $10 for each 5 in 1 face cream with SPF 30 sold through First Aid Beauty’s online store.
JPEG LOreal Paris 200 L'Oréal Paris:  L'Oréal Paris will be donating $1 for each supporter who signed up for the Thunderclap and $1 for each L’Oréal Paris Advanced Suncare product sold in the U.S.  –up to $250,000– in 2014.
MDSolar200 MDSolarSciences:  MDSolarSciences contributed $10 from the retail sale of each participating “Perfect Protection Duo” bag sold through their online store during the month of May.  MDSolarSciences is also hosted a giveaway on their Facebook page May 28.   
mott 50 200 Mott 50:  On May 14, UPF clothing company Mott 50 generated awareness and education through a hosted giveaway on their Facebook page
PARLOGO200 Parasol: Throughout 2014, Parasol will donate $1 to MRA for every new “like” on their Facebook page.
SkinCeuticalslogo200 SkinCeuticals:  SkinCeuticals will be supporting MRA through sales of their dermatologist recommended skincare products. 
sports authority200 Sports Authority:  During the month of May, consumers could round up their in-store purchase total to the nearest dollar to support MRA.  Sports Authority stores also featured awareness collateral including educational brochures and signage educating customers on the dangers of melanoma.
SPDC SunLogo200 Sun Protective Designer Clothing:  Sun Protective Designer Clothing will be donating to MRA 20% of all product retail sales bought online through September, 2014.