Women’s International Day, Intimo and Ovarian cancer research!

Founded in Australia, Intimo empowers women in a number of ways from enabling its operators as business owners or making its clientele feel beautiful.

Intimo prides itself on championing women every day through Feel Good experiences and Fantastic Fits. This unique Intimo ethos perfectly aligns with the overarching message of International Women’s Day: to empower, uplift and praise all of the wonderful women across the globe. It’s for these reasons that it’s so important to Intimo that we make a generous and conscious effort to celebrate this momentous day on Thursday 8th March 2018.

Over a 36-hour period across International Women’s Day, VIP clients that purchase a Bra and Brief set from either the Maisie or Umbrella collection will receive an extra special gift with their purchase, compliments of Intimo. You will be able to choose between the Umbrella Bralette and the Maisie Chemise as a free gift to say ‘let’s celebrate women!’

The Umbrella set is purple which is the colour of International Women’s Day and Maisie teal which is colour of Ovarian cancer. Placing an order with your consultant, who has chosen Play for a Cure Foundation as their chosen charity, will ensure 10% of all profits will be donated to Ovarian cancer (the silent killer) research.  Play for a Cure Foundation is volunteer run and guarantee 100% of all profits from the fundraiser will be passed on.

To spoil yourself, or your better half, contact Leigh (email leigh.martyn@intimo.com.au) or your preferred Intimo consultant, or alternatively you can simply donate by direct deposit by clicking on this link or by credit card by clicking on this link 

UPDATE 8/3/18

We are pleased to advise that the funds we raise for this fundraiser will be passed on to Professor Andres Obermair.  Professor Obermair is currently conducting 3 studies. 1. The impact of gated PET/CT on the diagnosis of advanced ovarian cancer. 2. Controlled trial of exercise during chemo for ovarian cancer patients and 3. Evaluation of Lymphodema amongst patients with gynaecological cancer. More can be found out about the Professor at this link.



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