JETS x McGrath Foundation

JETS x McGrath Foundation

In the lead up to Mother’s Day, we at JETS are thinking about the wonderful women worldwide. With special emphasis on those women and their families who are experiencing breast cancer. With this in mind, we proudly announce our partnership with the McGrath Foundation.

3rd May,2018
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JETS x McGrath Foundation

By the age of 85, at least 1 in 8 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Every day, at least 49 Australians will be diagnosed with this devastating disease.

At JETS we share a vision of hope and support, for the women- our mother’s, daughters, sisters and friends- who have so bravely survived or continue to battle through the trauma of breast cancer.

This year we are overwhelmingly proud to announce our partnership with the McGrath Foundation, one that is very close to the JETS family, and pledge an initial donation of $15,000 to the cause.

This compassionate, hardworking organisation aims to make the lives of those diagnosed, and that of their loved ones, that little bit easier- providing invaluable psychological, physical and emotional support from diagnosis through to treatment.

JETS x McGrath Foundation

Funding up to  119 McGrath Breast Care Nurses, these outstanding individuals have supported more than 60,000 families since 2005- relying on donations to remain completely free of charge to those affected.

JETS x McGrath Foundation

Giving every woman the right to feel beautiful and confident is also something that is incredibly important to us, especially during a time when they may not feel their best. In addition to our partnership, this year we introduce our stunning Post-Mastectomy range. These three sleek and sophisticated styles are specially designed to fit and flatter your body, tailored to give you more support and make you feel fabulous.

JETS x McGrath Foundation

Together we can help the McGrath foundation continue its outstanding, compassionate work and keep the conversation surrounding Breast Cancer awareness and early detection alive. Actively work towards regular breast checks, understanding your body and recognising changes.