Endeavour goes pink in June

ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Endeavour staff Christopher Marshall and Ben Brosi with store manager Jessica Wilkins and their donation tins this week . Photo supplied.

ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Endeavour staff Christopher Marshall and Ben Brosi with store manager Jessica Wilkins and their donation tins this week . Photo supplied.

The Endeavour Service Station in Glen Innes will Go Pink! for the entire month of June to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Earlier this week staff member Ben Brosi was busy plastering posters up in shops down the main street for the event he is organising with his employers blessing.

"There were a lot of people and businesses who were happy to in put our fundraiser poster on either their counter or their shop front," he said.

"I honestly hope when we have our fundraiser sausage sizzle and barbecue next Tuesday (June 8), we will raise lots of money to go towards such a great cause."

The service station employs 7 locals and all will involved with the fundraiser for research into early detection and preventative treatments for breast cancer.

GO PINK brings the community together each June to make a proud pink pledge and raise funds for game-changing breast cancer research. Research into early detection and preventative treatments, which is vital to increasing survival rates.

Go Pink ! Aims to reach Zero Deaths from breast cancer by 2030.