Fundraisers paint the town pink
IPSWICH: Fundraisers added a splash of colour to their usual work attire in support of people with breast cancer.Breast Cancer Campaign's Wear it Pink day took place across the country yesterday and people in Ipswich did not disappoint.
IPSWICH: Fundraisers added a splash of colour to their usual work attire in support of people with breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Campaign's Wear it Pink day took place across the country yesterday and people in Ipswich did not disappoint.
Fundraisers at Ip-City Centre in Bath Street, Experiences Connect in Beacon House in White House Road and Archant Suffolk in Lower Brook Street all entered into the spirit by wearing something pink and holding cake sales and raffles.
Sue Gipps, circulation development manager at Archant Suffolk, publisher of The Evening Star, said their fundraising was the idea of colleague Lesley Rawlinson.
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“Breast Cancer Campaign is a charity very close to our hearts and we are only too happy to support such a worthy cause,” she added.
Breast Cancer Campaign will use all Wear it Pink donations to fund innovative, world-class research throughout the UK and Ireland to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure.
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