October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we want to do our part to help our charity partner, the Marie Keating Foundation, raise funds and awareness of their important cancer prevention and support services.
So from Friday 9th of October through to midnight on Sunday 11th of October we are running a Shop & Support weekend in aid of the Foundation.
We want you to help us raise money for this worthy cause by shopping with us this weekend. For every order placed we are going to donate €5 to the Foundation, and to say thank you for your support we are offering Double Clean Team points all weekend long. Plus we’re going to pop a little surprise gift in with your order too.
This offer can be used in conjunction with other offers and with Clean Team rewards, making shopping with us this weekend lots of fun while we raise funds for the Foundation. Snap up that organic haircare you’ve been eyeing, treat yourself to some new clean makeup, or do a little early Christmas gift shopping, all while helping us to support a great cause.
“We are so grateful to The Clean Beauty Edit for their continued support during these difficult times. By shopping with the Clean Beauty Edit this weekend… you will be helping us to keep our nurses on the roads and on the phones, and our support programmes running remotely for those most at risk. Over 3,323 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in Ireland, so by shopping with the Clean Beauty Edit and donating to our services this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, you are helping us to be there for people and their families at every step of their cancer journey.” Linda Keating, Director of Fundraising at the Marie Keating Foundation.
Ready to take part? Check out all the latest clean beauty buys here and get shopping!
Not a member of the Clean Team yet? All you need to do is sign up to a store account to get started. You’ll receive a reward of 100 points just for signing up, plus double points until 11th of October on any purchases made.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Marie Keating Foundation are sharing the highs and lows of a breast cancer journey with their ‘Breast Cancer Isn’t Just Pink’ campaign. Four incredible patient ambassadors share what colour breast cancer is to them based on their experience and the campaign hopes to bring greater awareness of the reality of a breast cancer diagnosis and journey, as well as opening up a conversation around the colour of cancer. For more information, visit www.mariekeating.ie/notjustpink