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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

french navy McGrath Foundation stationery

When was the last time you wrote a note - AND did good at the same time?

french navy - the brand becoming renowned with the pleasure that comes from gracious living - is giving back and practicing good etiquette, by supporting the McGrath Foundation in its new charitable venture: designing stationery sets with pink accents in a nod to breast cancer awareness month. Pink is of course the colour denoting support for breast cancer, and french navy has created four of their boxed stationery as pink sets, to honour the McGrath Foundation.



With a business ethos to give back and a personal family experience with cancer, Alexandra Blakemore has now joined forces with the McGrath Foundation to help support families experiencing breast cancer.

“A large part of me setting up my own business was the hope that when it was at a certain stage, I would be able to donate a percentage of sales to charity and look to help others through my business," says Alexandra.

Placing great value on helping charities, Alexandra approached The McGrath Foundation
and immediately knew it was a right fit to work together.

“You are able to see the direct results of your donation, that is, the money raised goes to getting
more nurses on the ground to help families at the time when they really need it”.

To help you pick the right, charitable sets, a pink sash has been placed across these boxes, and french navy is donating 10% of the price of sales from four of their pink sets of boxed stationery to the McGrath Foundation.



Jane and Glenn McGrath’s much-publicised experience with breast cancer led to the foundation of what has become one of Australia’s most respected and recognised charities, the McGrath Foundation. Because of their experience, they came to believe that every Australian family experiencing breast cancer should have access to the support of a breast care nurse.

And so, the mission of the McGrath Foundation is to ensure every Australian family experiencing breast cancer has access to a breast care nurse, no matter where they live or what their their financial situation is.

The McGrath Foundation estimates 150 McGrath Breast Care Nurses are needed to achieve this. Only then, will every family in this situation have access to optimal care.

Fundraising for theses french navy started on July 1, 2013 and continues throughout the breast cancer awareness month of October.

RRP $40, with 10% going to The McGrath Foundation.

For more information click here.

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