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Treat yourself to a pink bun in the name of breast cancer

PINKTASTIC: Getting into the pink spirit at Bakers Delight are (from left) Bakers Delight chief executive Lesley Gillespie, Christine Nolan and Roger Gillespie.
PINKTASTIC: Getting into the pink spirit at Bakers Delight are (from left) Bakers Delight chief executive Lesley Gillespie, Christine Nolan and Roger Gillespie. Contributed

BAKERS Delight bakeries across the Sunshine Coast have turned their buns pink to help raise $1.5million for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA).

Sunshine Plaza Bakers Delight store manager Keshia Crelley encouraged everyone to treat themselves to a pink bun for a good cause with 100% of funds raised going towards BCNA.

"We need the Maroochydore community to help us reach our personal target of $2,500," she said.

"As well as the pink buns we also sell mother's day cards for five and 10 dollars with 100% of those funds also going to BCNA."

Over the 11 years the pink bun campaign has been running over $15m has been raised.

Pink buns are available at all Bakers Delight stores on the Coast until May 11.
 

Topics:  bakers delight breast cancer


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