Men’s Shed Movement and Think Pink Foundation Join Forces in Battle Against Breast Cancer

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The Think Pink Foundation, which provides free support services for women and men with breast cancer in Victoria, has joined forces with the Victorian Men's Shed Association, one of the fastest growing community organisations in Victoria.

Freemasons Victoria and Freemasons Foundation Victoria Limited, along with Mirvac, have been foundation and major ongoing supporters of The Think Pink Foundation Living Centre.

Freemasons Victoria President of the Board of General Purposes, Richard Elkington and Bruce Cowie, Grand Secretary, attended the official launch of the Think Pink Men’s Shed program.

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Members of the Victorian Men's Shed Association visit The Think Pink Foundation Living Centre along with Freemasons Victoria RWBro. Richard Elkington and RWBro. Bruce Cowie.

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The Think Pink Foundation Living Centre Pink Volkswagon along with Irene Hendel OAM, Founder and Patron of the Think Pink Foundation Living Centre in the frame with members of the Victorian Men's Shed Association and RWBro. Bruce Cowie.

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Members of the Victorian Men's Shed Association in the frame along with RWBro. Richard Elkington, Irene Hendel OAM,  RWBro. Bruce Cowie and Bro. David Hendel, Director of The Think Pink Foundation Living Centre.

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RWBro. Bruce Cowie in the frame with Ric Blackburn, Executive Officer, Victorian Men's Shed Association, RWBro. Richard Elkington and Irene Hendel OAM at The Think Pink Foundation Living Centre apartment.

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