Tuesday 10 March 2015

Thank-you to the moon and back!

Well, we did it beautiful people.
We raised a whopping $20,000 for the McGrath Foundation charity!
And we have YOU to thank!  We couldn't be more proud of our Lacey Lane tribe.
If you missed out on the Hailey dress, never fear! It's become our mission to raise as much money for a variety of charities we truly believe in and will be launching more donation-specific items in the future. If you haven't already, sign up to our enews to stay in the loop.
For those who don't know, the Hailey dress pictured above was designed with one sole purpose in mind; raising awareness and much needed funds for breast cancer support and awareness by donating to our chosen charity, the McGrath Foundation. Each Hailey dress sold saw $20 donated to the Foundation, and you guessed it, we sold 1000 dresses within minutes! We were so totally blown away by the generosity and support of our Lacey Lane community!

Here's a little more about the McGrath Foundation and the wonderful work they do.
The McGrath Foundation’s mission is to ensure every family experiencing breast cancer in Australia has access to a breast care nurse no matter where they live or their financial situation. As of December 2014, the McGrath Foundation has 101 McGrath Breast Care Nurses and has helped support over 28,000 families experiencing breast cancer in Australia, ensuring their physical, psychological and basic support needs are met.
In 2015, the McGrath Foundation is celebrating 10 years of making a difference together. Their goal is to increase the number of McGrath Breast Care Nurses to 110 to support 10,000 Australians through breast cancer in 2015.
Find out more about about the McGrath Foundation and their great work at www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au.
Be proud, Lacey Laners! We couldn't have done this without you.


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