CANCER FUNDRAISER: It’s pink buns time again.
CANCER FUNDRAISER: It’s pink buns time again.

Pink Buns are raising funds

IT'S that time of year again, when you'll see delicious pink buns sold at Bakers Delight raising funds for the Breast Cancer Network Australia.

The campaign started on Monday and runs until June 3.

BCNA and Bakers Delight are celebrating 15 years of working together to support Australians affected by breast cancer.

In 2015, the partnership will also reach an impressive milestone, with Bakers Delight having donated a total of $15 million worth of funds and pro-bono services to BCNA.

Each year in May, every Bakers Delight bakery across Australia donates 100 per cent of the sale of Pink Buns to BCNA.

Lesley Gillespie, joint CEO of Bakers Delight, said: "Over 15 years, we have baked and sold almost five million Pink Buns to raise funds for BCNA.

"The partnership has become part of the Bakers Delight culture and we want to thank all our customers over the past 15 years for giving generously to a fantastic cause."

Money raised by the Pink Bun campaign supports essential BCNA services, including the My Journey Kit, an information pack provided to people newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

More than 12,000 My Journey Kits are provided annually.



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