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Blooms for Boobs

Blooms for Boobs

This month, we are fundraising for breast cancer.

As many of you are aware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 55 Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer every day, and over 3,000 will lose their life this year. It is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia, and a cause that is close to our hearts.

Over the next few weeks, Fabrik will be raising funds for breast Cancer research through our Blooms for Boobs campaign, where 100% of the profits from our campaign tee will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Four inspiring women will be sharing their stories with us, including the talented artist behind the beautiful print, Ash Leslie.

Why?

We hope this series provides a small insight into some of the experiences thousands of Australians can relate to, as well as acting as a beacon of light for those who may be currently going through something similar.

In talking to these women, their strength to not only deal with challenging times but to overcome them and rise into new perspectives has truly inspired us.

We know that early detection and awareness can help to reduce the impact of breast cancer, and want to support the research needed to make advancements by donating our proceeds.


our tee is 100% organic cotton jersey, digitally     printed in a process that saves 60 liters of water        per garment.









The National Breast Cancer Foundation

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia’s leading national body to fund breast cancer research with money entirely raised by the Australian public. They receive no government funding, so their incredible work is made possible by fundraisers and initiatives.

The NBCF are on a mission to achieve zero deaths by breast cancer by 2030. The organisation also focuses on greater outcomes that will impact the longevity and quality of life for patients with breast cancer.

By identifying, funding and championing world-class research, the NBCF are working to detect breast cancer sooner, improve treatment outcomes and ultimately, save lives.

Since NBCF started funding in 1994, the five-year survival rates have improved from 76% to 91%.

How can I support Blooms for Boobs?

Our tees will be for sale on pre-order from the 21st of October. As these tees will be made-to-order, once the pre-order closes two weeks later, all tees will be made and sent to you, and we will 100% of the proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Be sure to keep an eye on our socials and emails, and share these inspiring stories with your friends and family.

There also many ways you can directly support the NBCF's mission of zero deaths by 2030, including starting a fundraiser of your own by giving up one thing next October, or hosting a pink ribbon breakfast.




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