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Vodafone Warriors community relations manager Petrece Kesha and New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation ambassador Jackie Clarke at this week's Pink Ribbon morning tea fundraiser.

Vodafone Warriors staff were joined by New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation ambassador Jackie Clarke for a Pink Ribbon morning tea fundraiser in the Captains’ Club at Mount Smart Stadium on Thursday.

The multi-talented Clarke imparted information about breast cancer while infusing her speech with her special brand of entertainment.

About 3000 women and 20 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in New Zealand.

Money raised from the Vodafone Warriors’ fundraising campaign will be used to fund vital research projects and medical grants to help improve the rates of survival for those suffering from breast cancer in New Zealand.

Please consider donating on our page today. We can’t do this alone but, with your help, we can make a difference.

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