Australian pre-cut foil company Foil Me will continue to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) throughout October, elevating their aid as a Corporate Sponsor to raise funds and awareness for this incredible cause.

The company will be donating from each box of their hero PINK Knobel and Knobel Wides sold in October, as well as encouraging all their partner salons and offices to go pink for a day to celebrate the cause.

The funds and awareness will help in preventing and treating breast cancer, which one in eight women, and one in 700 men, will be diagnosed with in their lifetime. Funds that go towards significant research help the NBCF towards their goal of 0 deaths from this terrible disease by 2030. The brand’s iconic pink foils and social conscience makes them the perfect partner for this great foundation.

“We’re hoping to exceed last year’s salon participation of approximately 70 salons Australia-wide, and also exceed our goal of raising $12,000 throughout the month of October,” said Foil Me co-owner and creative director Emily Ciardiello. “We’re once again calling on our salon clients and our customers to not only dress in pink on one day in October, but we’re also asking that they truly get into the fundraising spirit and decorate their salon or office space in pink.”

Each salon that comes on board with the pink day initiative will be given pink balloons, donation boxes and marketing material to truly embrace the spirit of the day and make their space suitably pink.

“We’re encouraging our salons and customers to also go crazy on social media – tagging and posting photos from the day – with our main aim being that we raise a lot of money and awareness and all people see is pink on the day,” Emily said.

For more information visit or you can contact Emily via to become involved in Pink Day.

You can also find a link to donate at