Centra is Turning Ireland Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
As part of their support of the Irish Cancer Society’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Centra turns Ireland Pink. Centra unveiled a Pink Rose Installation in The Powerscourt Centre in the heart of Dublin city that has been created with 3,100 roses to represent the number of people that will be told they have breast cancer this year. In Dublin’s Connolly station and Cork’s Kent station Centra gave out another 3,100 pink roses to represent each case of breast cancer diagnosed this year. For every selfie with the roses or rose installation shared with the hashtag #CentraScentsMakeSense Centra will donate €1 to the Irish Cancer Society.
As part of the fight against breast cancer, Centra is also introducing over 6,000 limited edition Rose Fragranced Reed Diffusers in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Throughout October the diffusers, costing €5, can be found in selected local Centra stores with all proceeds going towards the Irish Cancer Society.
Centra Cups Against Breast Cancer coffee mornings and Pink Walks will also be taking place nationwide throughout October as part of Centra’s support of the Irish Cancer Society during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Money raised through these Centra initiatives will go directly to the Irish Cancer Society’s essential services including information and support services for people throughout the country who have been affected by breast cancer. This is the eighth year Centra has supported the campaign and to date has raised over €2.9 million for the charity.
To find out more about coffee mornings and Pink walks taking place in your area visit your local Centra store.
For more information please visit www.centra.ie/cancer.