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Unfortunately, breast cancer has taken the lives of 2,795 women in 2012 and it is estimated that in 2015, 15,600 women and 145 men will be diagnosed with this horrible disease. 1/8 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer by the time they turn 85.

As October officially marks the beginning of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, uSharity has teamed up with the Global Business Exchange (GBE), iMeal,  and Sydney Inner West Leos to help put an end to breast cancer. Over 20 restaurants within the Greater Sydney Region have come together to run a one month charitable campaign to raise awareness and gather donations that will directly support those who have been affected by breast cancer.



“We are the prime example of how small businesses can join forces to make a small positive impact to our society.”

             -Johnathan Wu, Principal & Co-Founder, Global Business Exchange


“Love delivered, Health stored.”

             -Nick Qi, Founder, iMeal


“The Sydney Inner West Leos Club is glad to cooperate with uSharity in making a difference to our community today. As we all know, breast cancer is one of the most frequent and tragic diseases to ever exist. It is hence our responsibility, as the leading charity organisation in the world, to help those in need. It is our responsibility to give those whom are suffering the hope they desire for. We are confident that this campaign will make a great difference. We Serve.”

              -Andy Yin, Charter President of Sydney Inner West Leos


uSharity would like to thank its sponsor and partners for their ongoing support of this campaign.

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