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Are you on Pinterest? We just loving sharing some of our trendy finds and getting inspired with finds in fashion and beauty. We can all now add pinning with a purpose to our boards thanks to QVC'??s amazing Repin with a Purpose campaignthat supports the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.


Through this campaign, QVC will be broadcasting their QVC Presents Super Saturday Live a '??designer charity sale,'? scheduled to air Saturday, July 28 at 2 PM (ET) from the Hamptons. This exclusive sale, which was previously only available to Hamptons'?? tastemakers and celebrities, now reaches QVC'??s more than 98 million U.S. homes, allowing shoppers to get designer fashion, jewelry, accessories and more at HALF the manufacturer'??s suggested retail price with net proceeds benefitting OCRF. Also, for every #SuperSaturday repin, QVC will donate $.50 to OCRF, up to $5000.

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More women in the U.S. die from ovarian cancer than any other gynecological cancer, however, when it'??s discovered and treated early on, the five-year survival rate is greater than 92 percent! Every repin will spread this message and support OCRF.

Check out the entire Super Saturday Pinterest board here:

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