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Are you a #pinkribbonhero in 2016

on Wednesday, 04 May 2016. Posted in Our News, Reasons to live, work and play in Manawatu, Pink Ribbon, Recruitment News

Palmerston North Personnel's Pink Ribbon Breakfast 2016 is live!

Are you a #pinkribbonhero in 2016

Wow it is May already and it feels like we just had our 2015 Pink Ribbon Breakfast and we are running a Palmerston North Personnel Pink Ribbon Breakfast 2016.

The message is simple we are selling cupcakes to help raise funds for The NZ Breast Cancer Foundation and you are invited to join in.

Last year we raised $2,375 for this amazing charity...this year we'd like to do more, and we'd like your help.

Read on to find out how you can be a #pinkribbonhero 

Rather than host a Pink Ribbon breakfast we are helping our local businesses host a Pink Ribbon morning tea and we'll do the leg work.

Last year we baked up a storm - the whole team all baked cupcakes, then we sold them to individuals and businesses. We also ran a draw for an amazing Pink Ribbon Cake which went to the largest donor.

All you have to do is order cupcakes by midday Friday 6th May or make a donation - and keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.

We are also inviting you to join in on social media - feel free to spread the word on Facebook, like, share or follow the links to place an order or make an online donation.

You can get access all the information on our Facebook 


Click on the Pink Ribbon below to see what went on last year


Pink ribbon breakfast



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