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Fundraising Flavours New Partnership

October 25, 2017

Celebrate Health is committed to helping all Australians to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives, which is why they have partnered with Bravehearts to ensure Aussie kids get the best possible start in life.

Launched in 2009, Celebrate Health promises real food with real heart, and it is that heart which is behind their support of Australia’s leading child protection organisation.

“Celebrate Health is in the fortunate position to support the work that Bravehearts do,” says Heath Dickson, Senior Brand Manager at Celebrate Health.

“We can’t think of a more important cause than preventing child sexual assault in our society. That is why we decided to throw our support behind Bravehearts.”

Celebrate Health is currently rolling out new product packaging featuring the Bravehearts logo and will be donating a percentage of sales to the organisation.

“The support of corporate partners is vital in helping Bravehearts to continue to deliver our education and training programs as well as to provide our support services for survivors,” says Kayleen Johnston, Bravehearts’ Philanthropic Partnerships Coordinator.

“It is really exciting to have Celebrate Health join us in making Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child.”

Child sexual assault is a crime that affects over 60,000 Australian children every year. However, the good news is that child sexual assault is preventable. By educating and empowering children and their carers, Bravehearts is working to prevent this crime.

Bravehearts branded Celebrate Health products will be available through Coles. The Celebrate Health range includes quinoa and superfood recipe bases and table sauces as well as organic soups, organic coconut water, porridges and smoothies designed for convenient and healthy consumption. Celebrate Health’s products also include ranges for those with food allergies and intolerances.

 

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