En­joy break­fast for a good cause

Havelock North Village Press - - News -

Thou­sands of New Zealand in­di­vid­u­als, or­gan­i­sa­tions and busi­nesses are cham­pi­oning the cause for breast can­cer this May in sup­port of the NZ Breast Can­cer Foun­da­tion’s Pink Rib­bon Break­fast an­nual fundrais­ing cam­paign.

As hosts of a Pink Rib­bon Break­fast, the funds they raise di­rectly sup­port the NZ Breast Can­cer Foun­da­tion’s work in fund­ing vi­tal breast can­cer re­search for the treat­ment and preven­tion of breast can­cer in New Zealand.

Dur­ing the month of May, mem­bers of the pub­lic, work­places and hospi­tal­ity providers are en­cour­aged to host Pink Rib­bon-themed events, invit­ing friends, fam­ily, em­ploy­ees, cus­tomers and sup­port­ers to help raise funds. The cam­paign also gives an op­por­tu­nity to raise aware­ness of the dis­ease, en­cour­age early de­tec­tion and mo­ti­vate women to be proac­tive in their health by hav­ing reg­u­lar mam­mo­grams.

Fronting this year’s cam­paign is celebrity cook Chelsea Win­ter, who is en­cour­ag­ing New Zealan­ders to host their own Pink Rib­bon Break­fast.

Chelsea, with her en­thu­si­asm for the home cook and en­ter­tain­ing, sup­ports the NZBCF’s goals and is lend­ing her in­flu­ence to help back the cam­paign.

“Get­ting friends and fam­ily to­gether over ameal is what we Ki­wis do well, and a per­fect op­por­tu­nity to raise aware­ness and money for breast can­cer re­search. I’m very proud to sup­port the Pink Rib­bon Break­fast cam­paign and en­cour­age ev­ery­one to get to­gether this May and join in the fun,” says Chelsea.

Visit www.pinkrib­bon­break­fast.co.nz to reg­is­ter and re­ceive a host pack, and other ma­te­ri­als to sup­port your events.

See the recipe be­low for Chelsea’s de­li­cious or­ange and cran­berry scones, ideal for serv­ing guests at a Pink Rib­bon Break­fast.

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COOK­ING: Celebrity cook Chelsea Win­ter is en­cour­ag­ing New Zealan­ders to host their own Pink Rib­bon Break­fast.

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