Belmont Forum shoppers can send messages to those facing breast cancer through Trees of Support campaign


Suna Cavanagh from Breast Cancer Care WA and Belmont Forum centre manager Alexandra McAuliffe. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d476893
Suna Cavanagh from Breast Cancer Care WA and Belmont Forum centre manager Alexandra McAuliffe. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d476893

BELMONT Forum shoppers will be able to send messages of support to women facing breast cancer.

The Trees of Support campaign will allows customers to convey messages of love and support to individuals and families in the Belmont area who are facing breast cancer.

The messages will be written on decorations and then displayed on the centre’s Christmas trees.

On December 8, the messages and the real Christmas trees will be delivered to Breast Cancer Care WA (BCCWA) for clients, supporters and volunteers to enjoy over the holiday season.

Belmont Forum centre manager Alexandra McAuliffe encouraged all customers to leave messages for individuals and families who could do with some extra support over the festive period.

BCCWA chief executive Zoe McAlpine said her team was genuinely thrilled when the shopping centre approached the organisation to ask how they could best help the families the organisation worked with.

“The families who we support will no doubt be extremely touched when they read all of the messages conveyed by the thoughtful customers at Belmont Forum,” she said.

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