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

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

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.
 


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