Showcase helps fund breast cancer support

Showcase Jewellers has launched a collection of jewellery in partnership with Breast Cancer Network Australia to celebrate the organisation's 15 year anniversary.
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Showcase Jewellers has launched a collection of jewellery in partnership with Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) to celebrate the organisation’s 15 year anniversary.

Crafted in sterling silver and set with pink cubic zirconias, the Pink Lady enamel pin and pendant will retail for $34.95 each, with $10 from every purchase going directly to BCNA to benefit those diagnosed with breast cancer.

Showcase Jewellers CEO Michael Mishevski said it has been truly inspirational working with BCNA.

“We hope that in creating this gorgeous pin and pendant we do our bit to help fund the support provided by BCNA to women, men and families facing a breast cancer journey,” he said.

“The Showcase Jewellers network consists of 250 independently owned and operated stores across Australia making this a perfect opportunity for our locally owned businesses to give back to their community.

Kirsten Pilatti, head of sponsorship and communications at BCNA, said the network is thrilled to be celebrating BCNA’s 15 year anniversary with Showcase Jewellers in such a meaningful way.

“In 1998, we wanted to be an organisation that would positively influence the way breast cancer was considered in the community. 15 years on and BCNA is now the key national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer.”

“Around 15,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia this year alone. Every time a woman is told she has breast cancer, the impact extends to her family, friends and those around her in the community.

“Without support from generous companies, like Showcase Jewellers, BCNA wouldn’t be able to continue to support these women and their families.”

 

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