Belkin has announced its latest range of cases for iPod nanos and shuffles that are designed to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Belkin will donate 10% of the retail price of each pink-and-bone coloured case to support breast cancer research.
The company says the new cases ensure full protection and functionality and are made of innovative materials to provide additional comfort for an active lifestyle.
The pink-and-bone colour combination was developed specially to suit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation cause and promotes the colour pink and the ribbon symbol as the main identifiers in the fight against breast cancer worldwide.
Available in the range, and on sale from next month is the Sports Armband for iPod nano, £24.99, the Remix Acrylic for iPod nano, £24.99, the Charm/Folio Case for iPod nano, £24.99 and for shuffles, the Sports Armband for £19.99.
Mark Reynoso, Belkin's president says: "Our new pink-and-bone coloured iPod cases celebrate the active lifestyles of women, their empowerment and their strength. We are proud to support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and we hope to raise awareness while positively affecting the lives of women and their families everywhere".