Have you herd the news? Ashgrove Farm Light Milk has gone PINK for a great cause.
The Ashgrove team is delighted to announce we have teamed up with the McGrath Foundation to raise funds to help fund place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia.
“The McGrath partnership is a natural fit; we have been working towards our PINK milk release for over 12 months. For every litre of Ashgrove Pink skim milk sold in Tasmania 2.5 cents will be donated. We are incredibly proud to be associated with the McGrath Foundation,” Anne Bennett, Marketing Manager.
“Thank you to Ashgrove Farm for their support. Our vision is that every family in Australia has access to a McGrath Breast Care Nurse for free, no matter where they live and we need to fund 120 more nurses to achieve this. Support from corporate partners such as Ashgrove Farm brings us closer to achieving our vision,” said Holly Masters, McGrath Foundation CEO.
About the McGrath Foundation
The McGrath Foundation raises funds to support people with breast cancer by providing specialist McGrath Breast Care Nurses where they are most needed across Australia.
The Foundation currently funds 135 nurses who provide essential physical and emotional support free of charge to anyone experiencing breast cancer and their families from diagnosis and throughout their treatment.
Breast cancer is estimated to be the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia (1 in 7 women will be diagnosed in their lifetime) and as the rate of diagnoses increases, so too does the need for more McGrath Breast Care Nurses.
Funding is needed to close the current gap of 120 nurses to ensure every person experiencing breast cancer has access to this invaluable service.
Together, we can make a difference.