GME has recently announced a partnership with The McGrath Foundation. GME have released a set of Pink aerials, pink microphones, and co-branded hand held UHF’s. The McGrath foundation is a breast cancer support and education charity which raises money to increase breast health awareness and also to place ‘Breast Care Nurses’ in communities across Australia. Giving first hand support and knowledge to those who’ve just been blind sided by a breast cancer diagnosis.
The McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurses assist individuals and their families experiencing breast cancer by providing physical, psychological and emotional support. From the time of diagnosis and throughout the whole treatment regime, the support is available for free.
Warwick Clancy, Managing Director of Standard Communications (GME), “We are overjoyed to join the McGrath Foundation as a Corporate Partner. The McGrath Foundation with the efforts of their Breast Care Nurses, have helped over 50,000 families across Australia to date. Each of us have been touched by breast cancer, whether through a loved one or through someone we know and we are pleased to be supporting not only the McGrath Foundation but also families in regional and rural areas”.
As part of the partnership, GME will release limited edition McGrath Foundation co-branded products with 10% of each product sold being donated to the tireless efforts of the McGrath Foundation and their dedicated Breast Care Nurses.
Tracy Bevan, McGrath Foundation Ambassador and Director said, “We’re thrilled to welcome GME as our newest partner. GME’s incredibly generous support will help the McGrath Foundation raise funds to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities across Australia, helping make life that little bit easier for families experiencing breast cancer.”
The singly greatest thing about The McGrath Foundation, is that they are not just there for research or awareness. There is a McGrath Breast Care nurse there with you, every step of the way, guiding you, your partner and your family through what is going to be one of the toughest times in your lives.
Will you be getting a set of Pink Aerials for your 4X4?
(Writers note: My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer just last year at the tender age of 36. Without having the breast care nurse there to help and assist, and to point us in the right direction, I know we’d have not made it through as well as we did. Especially being a typical Aussie bloke, just looking for the right thing to hit with a hammer to fix it. They are worth their weight in gold.)