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Scarlett Johansson Teams With Neff to Fight Cancer

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‘Tis the season of giving and we are loving the Neff Hope Beanie available through Zappo’s. Co-designed by Scarlett Johansson and lifestyle label Neff, the beanies are made from 100% organic cotton. And for each one purchased, Neff will donate one beanie to a cancer patient/survivor. On top of that, 10% of each sale of the Neff Hope Beanie will also be donated to City of Hope Medical Research, a leading cancer research, treatment, and education organization based in Los Angeles.

According to Celebuzz, Johansson said, “I helped create this Neff Beanie with the hope that every purchase might make a cancer patient feel a bit more comfortable during his/her treatments and look cool and be cozy all the while.”

The Neff Hope Beanie makes the perfect gift! It’s just $25.00 and available in two colors, black and khaki.

Via: Celebuzz

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