Reebonz’ “Pink Courage” Campaign Supports Breast Cancer Research
Oct 29, 2013 12:43
At the beginning of the month, Reebonz, a Singapore-based members-only website selling affordable luxury goods, launched a "Pink Courage" campaign in support of the Breast Cancer Awareness month of October.
The popular online shopping website pledged to donate RM2.50 for every 'Like' their dedicated Facebook post on breast cancer awareness gets. Donations collected from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and the Middle East will go to the Asian Breast Cancer Research Fund, while donations from Australia will be given to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
“With a majority of Reebonz customers being women, we realize that we can really help to make a difference. Breast cancer can happen to any woman and we hope that with Pink Courage, we are able to highlight the importance of being breast aware and remind Reebonz members of early detection.” says Ms Sharanjit Kaur, Global Marketing Manager at Reebonz.
With only three days left, make your way to Reebonz Malaysia Facebook to support the Pink Courage campaign by liking this post.
In addition, we've compiled some of our favorite pretty pink bags and purses you can shop in support of the breast cancer awareness month.
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