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Visa has been given a pink makeover in order to support and raise awareness about breast cancer.

Community First Credit Union has today launched the official McGrath Pink Visa – the first of its kind in Australia – in order to raise awareness and make a difference to the lives of women diagnosed with breast cancer.

For every year the McGrath Pink Visa is held, Community First will donate half the annual fee, or $20, to the McGrath Foundation to support the placement of McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities’ right across Australia as well as promoting breast awareness in younger women.

Chairman of the McGrath foundation, Glenn McGrath said he couldn’t be more pleased about the initiative. Executive director of the McGrath Foundation, Tracy Bevan, said if Jane McGrath were here today she would have been thrilled. “Not only did she love pink and shopping, but she would have been so proud to have a McGrath Pink Visa in her wallet,” she said.

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