Pink finger buns to assist breast cancer network this month

SMALL business owner Paula Groves is tickled pink about supporting breast cancer this month.

Delighted: Warrnambool East Bakers Delight staff members Jenny Goodman and Cayla Bamford are tickled pink to support the Breast Cancer Network through pink bun sales during May. Picture: Morgan Hancock

Delighted: Warrnambool East Bakers Delight staff members Jenny Goodman and Cayla Bamford are tickled pink to support the Breast Cancer Network through pink bun sales during May. Picture: Morgan Hancock

The Warrnambool Bakers Delight franchisee is covering the cost of ingredients and production of pink finger buns during May, so 100 per cent of the sales of the sugary delight can go to directly to Breast Cancer Network Australia.

The mother-of-two who owns both East and Target Centre Baker Delights said her stores would bake 600 pink buns a day during the month-long campaign.

“Together with the Norfolk Plaza store we’re hoping to bake 900 pink buns a day and contribute $19,000 to the Australia-wide campaign,” she said. “There’s probably not one of our staff members who hasn’t been affected by breast cancer in some way.”

“This is our way of showing support to the 48 Australians per day who are diagnosed with breast cancer.”

Money from sales of pink finger buns, carry bags and pink lady silhouettes at Bakers Delight stores will go directly to BCNA until May 31.

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