With Breast Cancer Awareness month kicking off on 1 October, there is no better time to do what we can to fight this insidious disease.
That’s why the good folk at Wests (in conjunction with Red Funnel, M&J Chickens, Rarity Wholesale, Newcastle Seafood Wholesalers, Reward Hospitality and Top Cut), knowing Novicastrian’s love of a good burger and a great cause, will be turning their burger buns pink for the whole month.
That’s right, for all of October, $5 from every burger purchased from Wests will be donated to the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation (HBCF).
Best of all, every cent raised will stay in the Hunter!
“We’re asking the people of Newcastle to support us in supporting this worthy cause by opting to Go Pink when you order any burger available at all Wests Clubs over the next four weeks,” Wests Group Australia CEO Philip Gardner said.
ll you have to do is order any burger at Wests outlets during October and for no additional cost ask to ‘Go Pink’. By ordering your bun pink Wests will donate $5 from your purchase to Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation.
The Go Pink initiative is available for lunch and dinner at: Wests Mayfield (Cast Iron Kitchen and Texas Bar-B-Q Grill); Wests City (32 Degrees South) Wests New Lambton (Chophouse Grill, The Grill and Emporium 88); Wests Cardiff (The Kitchen and T-Bones Tex Mex); and Wests Nelson Bay (Bay Diner and Bay Brasserie)
The Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation is a Newcastle-based and founded a non-profit organisation, which raises much-needed funds to provide information and support for women and men diagnosed with or being treated for breast cancer in the Hunter, and for their families.