16th July, 2020

Partnering with Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer 2020

Brain cancer has some really heart-breaking stats. One Australian is diagnosed with brain cancer every five hours. But together, we can make a difference to the futures of brain cancer sufferers and their loved ones.

That’s why we’re so proud to partner with Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer (CB4BC) again in 2020 to produce and exclusively stock the 2020 beanies and caps online and in selected stores.

A foundation founded by Australian media celeb, Carrie Bickmore, CB4BC aims to always ensure that as much money as possible gets into the hands of researchers who are working to find a cure.

Since the Foundation started in 2015, CB4BC has raised over $12 million AUD.

In just 14 hours, we’re thrilled to announce the CB4BC 2020 beanies and caps have sold out online, raising an incredible $5M.

Thank you to everyone who bought a beanie and played a part in raising much needed funds for brain cancer research. We’re blown away by the generosity of our customers and the hard work of our team members to bring the campaign to life.

Starting at $24.95 with four beanie options available, 2020 also welcomed the addition of two styles of adult’s caps – developed in-house by our the Group’s own, Kylie Rees – with 100% of proceeds going to CB4BC.

Visit carriesbeanies4braincancer.com to pass on your details to be the first to know details about future campaigns.

Together we can help make a difference and stop other families from losing someone they love to brain cancer.

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