Today we have very special news to announce that is really close to our hearts. In the breast cancer month of October, BLOOMY DAYS supports the Hamburg breast cancer initiative “Hamburg is going pink” with the specially designed bouquet “PINK POWER”. For every bouquet sold, we donate € 2 to the awareness campaign “Hamburg is going pink”, which aims to raise awareness of breast cancer and improve the chances of recovery through early detection. “PINK POWER” is available in our online shop for € 29.90. The beautiful rose composition is enclosed in a “Pink Ribbon” – the international symbol for breast cancer awareness. Together with the flowers you will receive information about breast cancer as well as the better chances of recovery through early detection in the house.
“Supporting Hamburg will be pink is a matter of honor and a matter close to my heart at the same time,” says BLOOMY DAYS founder Franziska von Hardenberg. Her father, Prof. Peter Scheidel, is a breast cancer expert at the Hamburg Mammazentrum at the Jerusalem Hospital and a medical partner of “Hamburg will be pink”. Franziska von Hardenberg: “I would like to do my part to sensitize women and men to the importance of the early detection of breast cancer. All the better that I can achieve this with the help of my favorite color pink. “
Information about “Hamburg is going pink”
With the help of the signal color pink, “Hamburg will be pink” aims to raise awareness of the topic of breast cancer and the higher chances of recovery with early detection in the long term. The initiative receives prominent support here: numerous personalities from the fields of entertainment, business and sport wear the “Hamburg will be pink” shirt and show their colors in the fight against breast cancer. One of the most spectacular activities of the initiative also includes a football match from HSV Hamburg Blue Devils in pink jerseys, the pink lighting of the Alster fountain in Hamburg, a pink stand-up paddle corso on the Alster and a cooperation with the traditional company Budnikowsky, which temporarily colored its bags pink and sponsored the first production phase of the “Hamburg will be pink” T-shirts. “Hamburg will be pink” was launched in 2012 by the PR agency hesse and hallermannwho initiated the pro bono initiative in cooperation with their medical partners of the renowned Mammazentrum Hamburg at the Jerusalem Hospital leads. You can find more information on Facebook or www.hamburg-wird-pink.de.
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