Stock up on new undies with the Overies for Ovaries initiative
Not-for-profit organisation Ovarian Cancer Australia has teamed up with the crew behind online wellness program Keep it Cleaner – Steph Claire Smith, Laura Henshaw and Danny Kennedy – as well as some iconic Aussie brands to raise funds for ovarian cancer through the sale of teal undies. This is your official reminder (and the perfect excuse) to overhaul your undies draw.
The Overies for Ovaries initiative is set to raise funds – and spirits – ahead of World Ovarian Cancer Day on Saturday May 8. With the five-year survival rate of ovarian cancer sitting at just 46 percent (it’s Australia’s most deadly female cancer), the teal undies, known as Overies, will help raise funds for the vital cause.
All of the profits from every pair of Overies sold will go to Ovarian Cancer Australia to assist in the delivery of vital support services – including specialist ovarian cancer nurses. Online shoppers can get their fix from Bonds, Bras N Things, Target and Jockey or get ready to go HAM in the undergarments section in store at David Jones. Shopping in the name of a good cause? We love to see it. To learn more about this great project, hop over here.
Image credit: Ovarian Cancer Australia Facebook