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McGrath Foundation, Mon Purse collaborate

Minimum donation of $10,000 has been pledged.

Retailer Mon Purse have announced their collaboration with the McGrath Foundation to raise funds to support the McGrath Foundation’s ongoing mission to fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses.

McGrath Breast Care Nurses help individuals (and their families) experiencing breast cancer by providing physical, psychological and emotional support. From the time of diagnosis, and throughout treatment, this support is available for free, for everyone – no matter whether patients are in the private or public health system.

Mon Purse have pledged a minimum donation of $10,000 to the McGrath Foundation to help them continue their incredible work.

Lana Hopkins, Founder of Mon Purse said, “Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women in Australia with around 17,000 women being diagnosed every year. It’s important to Mon Purse and the values we hold within the company to make a contribution to our community.”

“We’re proud to be able to donate $5 from every Pouch sold over the Christmas period online or in any of our stores to the McGrath Foundation. Together with our customers we’ll be making a minimum donation of $10,000 in January 2018 to the McGrath Foundation and we hope this is the beginning of a long partnership together,” she said.

McGrath Foundation are “thrilled to be partnering with Mon Purse this Christmas. Not only are Mon Purse pouches a fantastic gift for someone you love, they’re the gift that keeps on giving and will help us raise funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia.”

A collection of pouches pieces sold across Australia online and in store will be part of the initiative, with $5 from every piece sold going directly to the McGrath Foundation. The end of January 2018 will mark the culmination of the campaign, with Mon Purse pledging to make up any remaining funds. Any funds raised in excess of $10,000 will also be donated.

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