There are 350 new cases of ovarian cancer each year in New Zealand – and still no cure. Here’s what one fashion brand is doing with their new range of white t-shirts to help change this alarming statistic.
Every girl needs a white t-shirt – and Witchery’s White Shirts are much more than just fabric – they’re a gesture of hope and support for those living with ovarian cancer. There are 350 new cases of ovarian cancer each year in New Zealand and unfortunately at present there continues to be no early detection test, nor cure for ovarian cancer.
This season, 100 per cent of the price of Witchery’s White Shirts (ex. GST) is donated directly to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) in the hope of learning more about the illness and finding an early detection test. The OCRF White Shirt range consists of nine women’s styles and one men’s style – and additionally, money from OCRF silver jewellery sales (ex. GST) also assists in the mission of saving the lives of countless NZ and Australian women.
Whether it’s retro ruffles, bows, sophisticated lace or a gentle cross-over front white shirt you are looking for, there is something plus more for you – and others – with the Witchery White Shirt campaign.
See witchery.com.au for more.