Bakers Delight and Breast Cancer Network Australia team up for cancer research

Sold out: Crystal and Mary from Bakers Delight in Settlement City. Pink buns have been selling like hot cakes.

Sold out: Crystal and Mary from Bakers Delight in Settlement City. Pink buns have been selling like hot cakes.

FROM May 11 to May 31, Bakers Delight will have an abundance of pink buns and pink lady silhouettes for sale.

It is all in the name of breast cancer research. Bakers Delight has been supporting the Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) for 17 years.

Including raffle ticket purchases 100 percent of the sale of Pink Buns, paper Pink Lady silhouettes and the new BCNA carry bag is donated to the BCNA.

The BCNA provides important information and support, for free, to those affected by breast cancer.

One in eight women, up to the age of 84, in Australia, will be diagnosed with breast cancer. That means 48 women every day will be told they have breast cancer – nearly 18,000 women that will be diagnosed every year.

Breast cancer survivors and carers will be at Bakers Delight, Settlement City every Thursday and Friday during the Campaign. They will be helping to sell Pink Buns and selling raffle tickets.

At Port Central, survivors from the local breast cancer support group will also be helping to sell pink buns and selling raffle tickets, on Friday May 12.

One employee of Bakers Delight, at Settlement City, is also going through the journey of having had breast cancer.

To support the cause, simply drop in to any Bakers Delight store.

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