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Oceania Gold Nuggets to host charity breakfast

Oceania Gold Nuggets to host charity breakfast

This Thursday OPSA is holding a Pink Ribbon Breakfast as part of a nationwide series of breakfasts around the country raising funds and awareness for the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.

For a gold coin donors will be able to indulge in a delicious breakfast. Naturally OPSA encourages people to donate as much as they can afford to enjoy the breakfast.

Members of the Oceania Gold Nuggets will be attending the event. Various spot prizes including Nuggets vs Nelson tickets will be given out to donors. The event will also include some charity auctions, a prize for the best dressed in pink, and a raffle for a stunning M&M cake made especially for the event.

This breakfast has been made possible by the generosity of local business, OPSA would like to thank: Harraways, Greggs, Veggie Boys (Albany Street), Four Square (Kaikorai Valley), Idea Services, Noel Leeming, Media Works, Havoc Pork, Quality bakers, and Southern Steel.

NZBCF is a non-government funded charity promoting awareness of breast cancer, providing information and education, and raising funds to support breast cancer related initiatives including research, scholarships, medical grants, community education and a breast cancer patient register.

Donations can also be made at www.pinkribbonbreakfast.co.nz/page/opsashostpage.

The event will be held between 8 - 11am, Thursday 8 May, in the Otago Polytechnic Ozone Café in the Manaaki building on Harbour Terrace.


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