Celebrating its 16th year, Ford's "Warriors in Pink" breast cancer charity campaign has recruited Jennifer Aniston to help drive awareness and raise funds for the nonprofit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.


The 42-year-old took on the standard "design a T-shirt" obligation — ending up with a fun "Reach for the Moon" tee, with 100 percent of the proceeds going towards finding a cure for breast cancer. 


Aniston's involvement with the campaign comes on the heels of her executive producing and co-directing of the Lifetime Original Movie "Five." As I highlighted back in August, the film is five vignettes (each directed by a different woman), weaving a realistic portrayal of what families go through as they struggle with breast cancer. 


"We were intrigued by the challenge of creating short stories that would defy audiences' expectation of the subject," Aniston told Glamour magazine. "We wanted to balance the drama with humor and irreverence because that's what's helped our friends who've faced this get through their treatment. We wanted stories that were informative without being heavy-handed. Oh, and they needed to be brilliantly written. Other than that, our goals were small," she joked. 


"Five" premieres Oct. 10 at 9 p.m. EST on Lifetime. You can check out Aniston's PSA for Ford's "Warriors in Pink" below and/or purchase her T-shirt creation here

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Jennifer Aniston is a 'Warrior in Pink'
Actress partners with Ford Motor Co. to design a tee that benefits breast cancer research.