Supporting a Vital Cause: The Pink Ribbon Appeal at H&B

Every May, communities across New Zealand band together for a crucial cause – the Pink Ribbon Breakfast campaign. This initiative, spearheaded by the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ), is a nationwide effort to raise awareness and funds to combat breast cancer, which remains the most common cancer affecting Kiwi women. The funds raised are pivotal for BCFNZ's work, which includes vital research into breast cancer, promoting early detection through mammograms, and supporting those affected by this challenging disease.

At H&B, we're proudly participating in the Pink Ribbon campaign, but with our unique twist. While many host breakfast events, we've opted to support the cause through a fundraising raffle. This choice allows us to engage our community creatively and inclusively, ensuring everyone can participate, whether they visit our salon or support us online.

This year, we're excited to offer two incredible prizes: each a hamper valued at $500. These hampers are filled with luxurious goodies, perfect for pampering and self-care. Tickets are available for just $5 each, and can be purchased either in-salon or online, making it easy for our entire community to get involved.

Our goal this year is ambitious – we aim to surpass the impressive $1,800 we raised last year. Every ticket sold moves us closer to this target, directly supporting BCFNZ's invaluable work.

Why is the Pink Ribbon campaign so important? Breast cancer touches so many lives, both directly and indirectly. By participating in Pink Ribbon events, we help fund critical initiatives that can lead to breakthroughs in treatment and care. It's about community and commitment—a collective effort to stand in solidarity with those affected and to push forward towards a cure.

Join us at H&B Salon in supporting the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ through our Pink Ribbon raffle. It's more than just a chance to win a wonderful prize; it's an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of thousands of women. Together, we can contribute to a future where breast cancer no longer poses the threat it does today.