By Keri Algar

SYDNEY, NSW: As part of a Mother’s Day promotion, $10 of every sale of the recently released Elite 91XX Bluetooth Cordless phone was donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).

Carole Renouf, NBCF CEO, accepted the $55,000 contribution on behalf of the organisation, reiterating the significance of such donations for research.
“We are incredibly thankful for the generous donation made by Uniden and for their ongoing support of the NBCF. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Australia, with 1 in 9 expected to be diagnosed by the age of 85,” said Renouf.

“Although the incidence of breast cancer is increasing, the good news is advancements in research mean survival rates are also on the rise. It is through donations such as Uniden’s which enable us to continue funding vital research into prevention and cure of breast cancer”, she said.

Over the past five years Uniden has donated more than $150,000 to the NBCF, which managing director of Uniden Australia, Kaz Yoshino, said demonstrates the company’s support for finding a cure.

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“Uniden is a passionate supporter of the National Breast Cancer Foundation and we are pleased that our contribution will help in the ongoing search for a cure for this devastating disease as well as fund early programs which assist with early detection and treatment,” said Yoshino.

“Our limited edition ELITE 91XX Bluetooth Cordless Phone series has been widely embraced by retailers across Australia, and we are confident it will be a stylish choice for consumers in the lead up to Mother’s Day.”