Bakers Delight Dubbo goes pink for breast cancer research

PINK-TINGED AWARENESS: Maddi Montague, Jenny Hill and Angela Brownlee at Bakers Delight Dubbo are encouraging the community to support the worthy cause. Photo: ORLANDER RUMING

PINK-TINGED AWARENESS: Maddi Montague, Jenny Hill and Angela Brownlee at Bakers Delight Dubbo are encouraging the community to support the worthy cause. Photo: ORLANDER RUMING

Bakers Delight has gone pink to raise money for Breast Cancer Network Australia.

Until the end of the month, the proceeds from the sale of pink buns will go towards supporting men and women with breast cancer.

This year, 48 women will be told they have breast cancer every day in Australia, five more a day compared to 2016, BCNA CEO Christine Nolan said.

“We know that breast cancer doesn’t just affect the individual – it has a ripple effect on families, friends and colleagues,” Ms Nolan said.

“The money that Bakers Delight bakeries raise during the Pink Bun campaign funds BCNA’s My Journey Kit, which is often the first resource people receive after they have been diagnosed with breast cancer.”

Support the campaign by buying a pink bun, or a special carry bag. For a gold coin donation a pink silhouette can also be purchased and a message of support displayed at the bakery.

Ms Nolan said she was very thankful for the support Bakers Delight and the community gave every year towards giving breast cancer the ‘finger bun’.

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