BENDIGO, Australia - AussieJournal -- In an inspiring and bold move, Linda Reed-Enever, business owner and advocate for small businesses, has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation for their Go Pink, Go Zero campaign this May. With a personal connection to the cause and a goal to raise $2,000, Linda is set to make a significant impact in the fight against breast cancer.

Linda's campaign will feature three powerful actions: shaving her head, dyeing her remaining hair pink, and wearing pink earrings throughout May. Each act is designed to raise both awareness and funds crucial for the foundation's research and support services.

Having personally faced a cancer scare and the loss of loved ones to this relentless disease, Linda's determination has only grown stronger. Over the past year, witnessing the incredible strength and resilience of those battling breast cancer in her community has fueled her commitment to not only go pink again this year but to shave her head and go zero as well!

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"It's a privilege to stand in solidarity with those fighting breast cancer every day. This campaign is about more than just raising funds; it's about igniting hope and empowering change," said Linda Reed-Enever.

As the founder of Business Business Business, a community that supports small business growth, Linda is leveraging her network to amplify the campaign's reach.

She emphasises the collective power of small contributions, "No donation is too small; together, we can make a significant impact. Like small businesses, small donations are vital to our community—they add up and make a large impact," Linda noted.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation has expressed profound gratitude for Linda's involvement, highlighting that her efforts perfectly capture the essence of the Go Pink, Go Zero campaign.

About Linda Reed-Enever

Linda Reed-Enever is a dynamic entrepreneur and advocate for small businesses. She founded Business Business Business, a network that supports and empowers small business owners, and leads Enever Group Impact. Known for her innovative business and marketing strategies, Linda is a respected community leader. Her commitment extends to charitable causes, underscoring her belief in impactful action and community support.

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About the National Breast Cancer Foundation

The National Breast Cancer Foundation is committed to helping women by providing support and inspiring hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services.


For more information or to make a donation, please visit  or to arrange an interview with Linda, call 0433 149 319

Linda's shave will take place at Salon Inspired Strathfieldsaye on May 10th. Please let us know if you would like to attend

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