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Pink Hope Day

By Georgina Shanahan

The girls at Ray White Ballarat took part in Pink Hope Day on Friday 20th September 2013 by wearing their brightest pink lipstick to help raise awareness of breast and ovarian cancer.  The staff enjoyed a relaxed morning tea surrounded by pink balloons and plenty of pink lips.

Pink Hope is Australia’s first community designed to inspire women to be proactive and vigilant with their breast and ovarian health, while providing a safe haven for high risk women to connect.

Click here for more details about Pink Hope.

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